Aurora Borealis Tonight
August 4, 2010 by staff
Aurora Borealis Tonight, “Experience the crisp night air, the crunch of his footsteps on the hard snow packed in a magical atmosphere of winter in the Yukon.” This is how Aurora Yukon Tours describes the Northern Lights and is probably the description that most people are familiar with but tonight, when the sky cooperate then GTA residents can waive the snow and enjoy potentially spectacular light show right in their own backyards.
As the 680News Toronto Star reported on Sunday 01 August, two smaller solar systems make this natural wonder burned great opportunity south of the Arctic. With tons of plasma is now directed at Earth, the Northern Lights could be visible here in southern Ontario as early as this Tuesday night.
For the best viewing opportunity 680news Meteorologist Brian Hill recommends leaving the city. “Get away, far away from light pollution, so in other words, do not stand in downtown Toronto and wait to see it, you will not. Outside the country, far from any bright light source, and then increasing the opportunity to see [them]. ”
Should not the weather cooperates tonight some scientists believe that the northern lights can be seen Wednesday evening as well.
Leaving the city to make his vision of the aurora borealis? Where are you headed? Leave a comment below.
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