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The northern lights or Aurora Borealis have been the source of fascination for mankind for thousands of years. Whether you’ve seen them on TV or in real life, these incredible moving curtains of light in the night sky seem even better than the best modern CGI! The lights begin as high as 96km where blue is typically seen, while the green curtains of lights occur higher at 240km and red-colored curtains are seen even higher. Typically oxygen produces yellow and green shades while nitrogen gives off red-violet and blue. The northern lights are generally associated with green, pink, yellow, violet, blue, orange and white colors.
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In Northern Europe, as long as the latitude is high, the weather is good, there is no light pollution, and the probability of seeing the aurora is relatively large. Even if the above three conditions are met, the aurora does not appear every day. It is recommended to stay in the local area for more than 3 days, and the most The hot spotlights are in northern Norway and northern Finland. Norway's Tromso is located in the middle of the Aurora Ellipse, with a higher latitude than northern Sweden and northern Finland. It is also warmed by the Atlantic warm current and is therefore one of the best places to watch aurora in Northern Europe. Preparation before preparation 1, European standard conversion head, featuring two round heads. 2 If you travel in winter, you need to prepare for cold protection, bring warm baby (you can keep yourself and electronic equipment) 3, toiletries (no toiletries and slippers are available in all Norwegian hotels) / Hh/4, portable small pot, if you are not used to European food, or too high consumption, then this cooking artifact may save your stomach. Norwegian Aurora must experience Northern Europe There are many ways to miss the most. The Northern Lights are one of them. If you want to go to a place without light pollution, you must drive to the outskirts of the city. Traveling by cruise is perhaps the best. The way, away from the town, the outdoor deck on the boat is a good viewing area. If you find the aurora, the broadcast in the cabin will be prompted, and you won't miss any moments. Food recommendation smoked fish series is one of the must-try foods in Europe, with fresh lemon juice and excellent taste; long-legged crabs are recommended to live and eat, and there is special in the Kirkenes area. A project to go fishing in the sea.
Posted: Jan 2, 2020