Aurora in Saskatchewan (Canada) at the end of March, 2022 – Photo: JENNY HAGAN
Auroras are formed by magnetic radiation, thereby forming colorful light streaks in the sky.
From the ground, viewers can see in the night sky with many bands of color and many kinds of magical lights.
Scientifically, bright bands are formed by interactions between charged particles from the solar wind and the Earth’s upper atmosphere.
Auroras that occur in the northern hemisphere are known as the aurora borealis, which usually occurs from late August to mid-April. In the southern hemisphere, this phenomenon is known as the aurora borealis.
Countries located in low latitudes such as Canada, Norway, Sweden, Iceland … will be easy to see the extreme.
Usually the aurora is seen on clear, cold nights. In order to capture shimmering photos, many photographers have had to wade into remote places with little light pollution.
The aurora usually “shows off” for a few hours before disappearing. Each time the aurora takes place is an art show because the color, brightness, and shape of the light bands change continuously, sometimes gently, sometimes at a climax.
Aurora in North Dakota (USA) – Photo: OUTDOOR MEN
During the aurora viewing season in 2022, many sets of artistic photos were recorded and shared on many social networking sites.
Resonating with the colors of the sky is the captivating landscape of the northernmost wilderness. Volcanoes, glaciers, coniferous forests… make the scenery more spectacular.
The paparazzi often choose shooting angles opposite the lake to capture more of the aurora reflected on the lake surface.
In 2022, NASA also plans to launch two rockets to an altitude of more than 160km, through the northern aurora region. These are two small research rockets with the ability to hover in space for a few minutes, then fall back to Earth. The researchers hope they will help them gain valuable information about the aurora.
Northern Norway aurora – Photo: DAVID WILLIAMS
Aurora was taken at Tofino (Canada) on March 30, 2022 – Photo: ALEX TAALMAN
The Northern Lights were taken in the west of Iceland at the end of March 2022 – Photo: PINTEREST
Aurora taken in Vancouver (Canada) – Photo: ROVE ME
Aurora in Spirit Lake, Idaho (USA) – Photo: KARI LYNN
Aurora taken in Monata state (USA) – Photo: WILDERNESS MINDSET
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