When Is the Best Time to See Aurora Borealis?

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The best time to see the aurora borealis is in spring and fall most especially from December to March with the peak being in February. The auroral displays follow powerful sunspot activities which determine how bright and how wide the lights will appear.
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1. Go to the extreme north of the globe, towards the North Pole, for ideal viewing. This is where the aurora borealis is magnetically drawn. The ideal locations for spotting the aurora
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The aurora borealis occurs in the northern sky. Generally, you have to be in the northern states or Canada, and ideally, you will be away from other sources of light.
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There is no place in the world that you can call the best place since the aurora are very variable. On the web site below (halfway down on the left hand side) is a collection of maps
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There isn't really a schedule of auroras; they happen when a stream of charged particles from the Sun interact with the Earth's magnetic field. Watch the website at spaceweather.com
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