Aurora Borealis :: The Colorful Natural Wonder of the world
Also known as Northern lights, the Aurora Borealis is an exquisite display of radiant lights flickering across the night sky, mostly in high northern latitudes (Arctic and Antarctic). In simple terms, it’s a dancing color palette with green, purple and violet color sprayed across the sky, obtained from some glittering traditional outfit. IOt To justify this divine attraction, people have come up with innumerous theories. This is the sole reason it is placed in the list of 7 Natural Wonders of the world.
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Some believe it to be the ghosts or spirits of their forefathers dancing to the hip-hop numbers in their own gothic style. Other mythology states that Aurora Borealis is actually a bridge towards abode built by gods, only accessed by the people with a handful or negligible number of sins. Some scientists state that the beauty of the legendary northern lights lies in the complex problems of physics. Others name this phenomenon as the dancing superstar creating vibes with her elegant moves. But whatever the actual reason may be, the glowing bridge is extremely alluring. It really is worth being a bucket list content.
Despite of many theories and mythologies, the reason deduced out for this brightness might be because of the following fact: our sun is approx. 90 million away from us; the furores in the sun send puffs of charged solar particles to the magnetosphere. Therefore the upper layers are precipitated by these chunks. This results into ionization of electrons and protons in the atmosphere emitting rich and vibrant colors. Thus leading to formation of mouth-watering Aurora Borealis. This one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world is incomparable with any of the natural lights in the universe.
We bet that this dancing star is one of the most striking features listed among the seven natural wonders of earth. She is a bit unpredictable and we could see her performance only at her wish. So be patient and lucky enough to experience it first-hand. Only then can one fully comprehend the divine charisma possessed by the northern lights. But to our knowledge, the dancing superstar likes it best during the cold and chilly weather, prominently from December to February. Also, the lights are at mostly spotted in the late autumn and early spring.
The time from late September to late March, between 6pm and 1am, provides you the most frequent chance of spotting the lights. Just be patient and grab the chance of spotting our colorful and most talented superstar natural wonder of the world: Aurora Boreails. It is visible above latitude 62 degrees at the least, north towards the Arctic.
Where will one go depends on one’s budget and the time available, but a more pivotal decision is what else one could do when one is standing outside in sub-zero temperatures staring up at the celestial discotheque in its full glory with fingers crossed.
It’s important to experience many other visuals when one is on Christmas holidays and not just become obsessed with our dancing star. Sparkling white topography, fairy-tale ice mansions on the countryside, romantic husky-sled rides, snowmobiling, super jeep trips, the hi-tech-meets-frontier lifestyle of the indigenous peoples, heavens ablaze with a swirling light,cool city breaks – these are reasons one would stay lonnggggggggg in the arms of arctic mountains. Do not forget to see these new seven wonders of the world.