Have you ever fancied seeing the Northern Lights? How about watching this spectacular phenomenon from the comfort of your couch? Well, guess what, a webcam in Canada is live streaming the Northern Lights for all of us stuck at home.
This Live Cam Is Ensuring That We Do Not Miss Out On Much
The Explore team has set up a live camera in the heart of Churchill in Manitoba, Canada. This destination is one of the best places on earth to get the most incredible views of the Aurora.
The best time to see the Northern Lights is through the months of December to April. But by the time things normalize, and the lockdown restrictions are lifted, the peak season to see the lights will be over. This live streaming is hence giving us the fabulous opportunity to experience the Northern Lights so that we do not miss out on it completely.
What Are The Northern Lights And How Do They Occur?
These bright dancing hues of green and blue lights are visible above the magnetic poles of the northern and southern hemispheres. They are known as ‘Aurora borealis’ in the north and ‘Aurora australis’ in the south. They occur due to the collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth’s atmosphere and charged particles released from the sun’s atmosphere.
The live streaming website also provides a detailed account of all the questions you’ve ever had about the phenomenon. So go on, live stream the website here. The mesmerizing display of lights is sure to take your breath away (not literally). And perhaps add some color to life!
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