I’m sure there are members with amazing images of the Northern Lights. This year the phenomenon was seen as far South as Essex in the UK. Although more frequent at higher latitudes, closer to the poles (such as in Canada, Alaska, Antarctica), they have been seen closer to the equator as far south as Mexico. To view them, look in the direction of the closest pole (the northern horizon in the northern hemisphere, the southern horizon in the southern hemisphere). Please submit your best images.
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