Northern Lights, Finland - Northern Lights


The Northern Lights are light phenomena that can be viewed in the southern and northern Polar Regions on a clear and dark night. The light emitted by the Northern Lights is typically formed at a height of around 100 kilometers when the electrified elements hasten by Earth’s magnetic fields batter air molecules that then diffuse some of the energy these have gather in the form of visible light. This phenomenon is quite analogous to the way a television a gleaming light lights up. The characteristically yellowish-green and sometimes red Northern Lights are fashioned by oxygen in the atmosphere, while blue and violet lights are through by nitrogen.

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