The spring and autumnal equinoxes are the best time to see the aurora.
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.
The best place to find information on how to see the Northern lights are on the ehow site. They show when the best time to see it is and gives a explanation on how it forms.
When they are visible, they are best seen at night.
im not sure if this is compeltely accurate, but I believe that the best month to see the northern lights is December
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.
the northern lights is normally at night and you would only go and see it if you had the equipment and you know exactly what time it will be as it could be at any time
winter like in dec...
You see the Northern lights when the Sun gives off Solar Wind.
The Northern lights were visible for a short time in Maryland in October of 2001 due to a solar flare. The Northern lights are most visible the further north one goes. Video is available for a vantage view.
Northern lights, Midnight Sun,
Sometimes. However, the best places to see the Aurora Borealis (the "northern lights") is in Finland and northern Scandinavia. Northern Canada is good, too, but fewer people live that far north in Canada. The website spaceweather.com is one of the best sources for photos of and information about the northern lights.
The Shetland Isles, or Shetland as it is know there, is a great place to see the Northern Lights, especially on clear frosty nights. Even better might be the northern ends of Norway or Finland.
Northern lights are best seen in the northern latitudes and best seen on clear dark nights (little cloud - moon) and best seen outside of large cities (light pollution) They are also best in the fall and winter months. They can be very stunning!
From between September & october I think ..
They do not occur in South Dakota.
No. I lived in Alaska and the Northern lights were not always visable.
yes I saw the Northern Lights in Yuma Arizona in 2006
Rome, the capital of Italy, is in the northern hemisphere. You cannot see the Southern Lights from the northern hemisphere.
You see the northen lights becasue Earth is a huge magnet and at the poles you can the magnetic field at the poles its that strong. Thats why you see the northern lights I am DailynTownes and i am 13 years old
Yes you can see the northern lights from Utah but only on rare occasions when solar activity is extremely high. I have personally seen them in northern Utah.