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The Northern Lights NATURE’S MOST SPECTACULAR LIGHT SHOW
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The Aurora Borealis Ribbons of blue, green, pink, and purple luminescence that are caused by the collisions of electrically charged particles in the atmosphere.
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Northern Lights Ideal Viewing Conditions Best time for viewing Late fall and early spring Between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.
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