The best time of year to see the Northern Lights depends on where in the world you are. For example, in Iceland, the best time to see them is during September, October, February, and March.
It has to be cold.
In December, near Christmas
winter like in dec...
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, are glowing bands, circles and streams of colored lights that sometimes appear in the northern latitudes.pretty much there lights that apear in the sky at a pecific time of year.
From between September & october I think ..
The spring and autumnal equinoxes are the best time to see the aurora.
The Northern Lights are determined by activity on the sun that creates outbursts that send electrically charged particles towards the Earth. When they hit the atmosphere they create the Northern Lights and Southern Lights. It is easier to see them in winter because of the long dark nights, but they can be seen at any time of the year, but especially when there is a higher level of activity on the sun.
It varies - depending on the time of year, and amount of particles emanating from the Sun.
No. They can come at any time. It is down to activity on the Sun, which is unpredictable. When there is unusual activity on the surface of the sun that is seen by astronomers, they can predict that the Northern Lights will be visible in a few days after that. That can happen at any time. There is no pattern in terms of when it can happen.
One effect is the aurora borealis or Northern lights which are very beautiful this time of year. High electro magnetic activity.
The Aurora Borealis (Northern lights) and the Aurora Australis (Southern lights) both "shine" all year round. They are caused by energized particles from the sun striking the Earth's Magnetosphere.