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  1. @22moua if there are many light sources around you it drowns out the sky 😛 just like the stars so yes it can be easier to see in darker areas but the real important thing is how near the poles you are 😛

    and just getting lucky

  2. It’s so gorgeous. Almost makes me want to live in a desolate place like antartica, Just to catch one glimpse or to see a night sky set a flame with such beautiful colors.

  3. I went to iceland in march and was dissapointed not to see the aurora borealis…these ones also look amazing, i hope i can see both the auroras one day 🙂

  4. @xrhcpxjazx

    Well, speaking as an Icelander, I can say for certain that you were too late. The best time to see northern lights in Iceland is in the very middle of the winter, i.e. late November until mid-January or so. That’s when the night sky is at its darkest.

    The best time and place to see Northern Lights is on a dark, frosty night out in the countryside, where there are no city lights interfering.

  5. I’d love to be able to sit and watch the colors dance across the sky, And to see all of those stars without difficulty. It’s without words, and simply gorgeous.

  6. Ahh, nothing like soundtracks – I think that this (film scoring) is the best thing that happened to classical music in the last 100 years – that’s the direction things should go to!
    I also want to welcome you to listen to:

    Arnold Nesis – Beauty and the Beast

    Might enjoy it as well 😉

  7. Хотите верьте хотите нет, но меня аж слеза прошибла. Жила когда-то на севере и видела только бледное подобие этого чуда

  8. crap…. and everybody else that doesn’t live in the north or south pole only get to see the plain old rainbows 🙁

    I’m kidding, both rainbows and auroras are beautiful

  9. Kuc – go to Canada. We played at a festival in Manitoba, about 200 miles above the border. After the show, we’d lay in a field and watch the most intense lights, dancing in the sky. Maybe it was a bigger show than normal, but none of the locals mentioned that. It was spectacular.
    Email different town up north. They may know how often you see them. There are sites that tell you when they are more active.
    It’s not hard to do. Go for it!

  10. Kuc – go to Canada. We played at a festival in Manitoba, about 200 miles above the border. After the show, we’d lay in a field and watch the most intense lights, dancing in the sky. Maybe it was a bigger show than normal, but none of the locals mentioned that. It was spectacular.
    Email different town up north. They may know how often you see them. There are sites that tell you when they are more active.
    It’s not hard to do. Go for it!

  11. @kuciaotopi I played at a festival in Manitoba, about 200 miles above the border. The lights were incredible. Email different towns up north, and ask about the lights. It may have been a normal week up there, or something special. The locals would know. There are sites that tell you when the better times are.
    It’s not that far away – go for it. You don’t have to go to the south pole!
    (and don’t forget the wife…) Every night, after the show, we laid in the field and watched the lights dance!

  12. The lights may move slowly, or wave very fast. It depends.
    You do not need a special camera. Sometimes the lights are bright, sometimes not so much. Sometimes they are in colors, if it’s an intense storm. If you do long exposure, you will get blurry pictures.
    The N and S lights are the same, just at different poles, tho the southern may be ‘prettier’ if you spent more money and time to see them…

  13. @kuciaotopi I have a wish too, and that is to stand beside my husband holding hands together, in antarctic watching auroras passing us by…… breathless

  14. @GirlsWithStyle29 would it help if i said sorry, because i just recently found a girl im absolutely in love with… and now i realize how immature i was to judge somebody by the way they love someone because now im in love with her and the great thing about it is SHE LOVES ME TO which is odd for me because i have aspergers and not many people without it can relate to me but im sorry honestly because now that i think about it thats kind of my wish with her aswell

  15. 1 question bro why the hell did you show the polution at 0:26 you know thats gonna enrage people who are all brainwashed by that „global-warming“ bullshit the government puts out and im not against recycling or anything its just why do extra work when its not needed

  16. @mwakortskallo They are pretty much the same. Where you view them from can make a difference. If you are right under where they normally happen you will see green 95% of the time, if you are further out you will see more of the colors that occur at higher altitudes.

  17. @yesledman2
    It is on „Observation Hill“ southern end of Ross Island it is the memorial marker for the explorer Robert Scott and his men who died returning from the South Pole.
    Es en „Observación Hill“ extremo sur de la isla de Ross es el marcador de memoria para el explorador Robert Scott y sus hombres que murieron de regresar del Polo Sur.

  18. رصد … الفتى كله عليها البوق الاعلامى للاخوان المفشوخين

  19. رصد … الفتى كله عليها البوق الاعلامى للاخوان المفشوخين

  20. اهههه اللى دخلوا من موقع الشركه يعملوا لايك مش من الفيس … ازاى اشيل الايك D:

  21. اهههه اللى دخلوا من موقع الشركه يعملوا لايك مش من الفيس … ازاى اشيل الايك D:

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