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The 5 Best Places to See the Northern Lights
 
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Have you ever seen the Northern Lights? If not, it's a spectacle you will not want to miss. Only certain locations in the world allow you to glimpse the beautiful spectral display of the Aurora Borealis. Escape Here offers our 5 favorite places to catch the lights. Don't forget to check out the entire article on over here: http://www.escapehere.com/inspiration/the-8-best-places-to-see-the-northern-lights/
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5 Best Places to See the Northern Lights
 
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World Explorer presents: 5 Best Places to See the Northern Lights Learn about the dancing lights and the best places in the world to view them. Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/WorldExplorerTV/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/worldexplorertv G+ ► https://plus.google.com/+worldexplorerTV Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/worldexplorertv/ Music: MK2 - Reflections (YouTube free audio library)
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Spectacular Norway Northern Lights | National Geographic
 
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March 21, 2012 — Multicolored curtains of light fill the skies over northern Norway in a new time-lapse video made from aurora images taken this month. Filmmakers Claus and Anneliese Possberg used about 600 frames to create the video. (Music by Justin Durban, www.justindurban.com) ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #NorthernLights #Norway About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta © 2012; Video produced by Dr. Claus & Anneliese Possberg Spectacular Norway Northern Lights | National Geographic https://youtu.be/izYiDDt6d8s National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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10 Countries to Watch the Best Aurora Borealis
 
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This video lets you know 10 best places in the world from where you can watch Aurora Borealis. It also includes the best time to camp on those places.
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Night of the Northern Lights
 
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If you wish to master aurora photography and learn from award winning photographers then check offer by Iceland Photo Tours at https://iceland-photo-tours.com/ On 25th February 2014 Sun produced X4.9 flare which on 27th February caused G2 (KP 6) geomagnetic storm on Earth. It was the brightest aurora display so far during this solar maximum which I could witness with auroral displays overhead in the far north of Scotland. This short movie illustrates what has been seen from latitude 58.3 degrees north. Here is a link to the music used, as many of you asked about it http://www.pond5.com/stock-music/10700102/cello-trailer-sound.html
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Northern Lights Proposal Amazing Race Style= 6 States, 2 Countries & 5000 Miles!
 
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UPDATE: We were on Season 27 of the AMAZING RACE! I have always wanted to propose under the under the Northern Lights. After 7 years I was finally able to do it! I live in Phoenix and she lives in Philadelphia right now. Planning this was CRAZY but so worth it! 6 States, 2 Countries and 5000 Miles later It all worked out in the end. Winner! Hope you enjoy the video! We are planning and saving for a destination wedding right now! Anything is possible when you're driven by love! #AuroraLove [email protected] Snapchat= ClassicOneMedia Vine.com/ClassicOneMedia Twitter.com/JustinClassic1 Instagram.com/JustinClassic1 Facebook.com/JustinClassic1
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The Northern Lights Explained | VISIT NORWAY
 
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To experience the unbelievable colours that moves across the Arctic sky is on many bucket lists, and few places offer more ways to witness the aurora borealis than Norway. But what's the story behind the Northern Lights? During large solar explosions and flares, huge quantities of particles are thrown out of the sun and into deep space. When the particles meet the Earth’s magnetic shield, they are led towards a circle around the magnetic North Pole, where they interact with the upper layers of the atmosphere. The energy which is then released is the northern lights. All this happens approximately 100 kilometres above our heads. More about the Northern Lights at https://goo.gl/Yjjkb2 Subscribe to the official Visit Norway channel: https://www.youtube.com/visitnorway?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT WITH VISIT NORWAY Web: https://www.visitnorway.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/visitnorway Instagram: https://instagram.com/visitnorway Twitter: https://twitter.com/visitnorway Google+: https://google.com/+VisitNorway Newsletter: https://www.visitnorway.com/newsletter ABOUT We are the Official Tourism Board in Norway, one of the happiest and most beautiful countries on earth. MORE ABOUT NORWAY Popular destinations: https://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/ Seasons & climate: https://www.visitnorway.com/plan-your-trip/seasons-climate Things to do: https://www.visitnorway.com/things-to-do/ Sleep: https://www.visitnorway.com/hotels-more/ Must-see nature attractions: https://www.visitnorway.com/things-to-do/nature-attractions Norwegian Mountain Code: https://www.visitnorway.com/plan-your-trip/safety-first/in-the-mountains/the-mountain-code/ Event calendar: https://www.visitnorway.com/things-to-do/whats-on CREDITS Video by Pål Brekke and Fredrik Broms Copyright & All Rights Reserved www.solarmax.no
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Is this the best place to view the Northern Lights?
 
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Visitors to Iceland are being offered one of the best views of the Northern Lights, in bubble pods hidden in the forest. Visitors can experience 360 degrees views of the night sky from their pods. Report by Hettie Maylam.
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6 Places In The World Where Sun Never Sets
 
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My Dear Viewer Please Help to Get 1000 Subscriber, otherwise my channel Monetization will be Disabled on 20th February(According to new Youtube Policy). Your Love and Affection is the only way That can keep this channel running. So Please subscribe to reach 1000 🙏 #SM16 Places In The World Where Sun Never Sets ******************************************** Number one Norway Situated in the Arctic Circle, Norway is called the Land of the Midnight Sun. For about a period of 76 days from May to late July, the sun never sets. The bright sunlight engulfs the entire region for about 20 hours a day. In Svalbard, Norway, which is the northern-most inhabited region of Europe, the sun shines continuously from April 10 to August 23. The reason for the light found by the scientist is that it is because of the fact that earth is somewhat slanted on its axis. So when the hemisphere of the northern side is twisted in the direction of the face of the sun (at the time of summer), the light arises from the lateral of the earth specifically in light of the day and above the night-side up at the highest point of the world. Number two Canada The world's second largest country, several parts of Canada is covered with snow all through the year. In places like Inuvik and the Northwest territories, the sun shines for about 50 days in summer. According to some people residing there, the sun set on 6 December 2016 and it didn't rise again until the 6th of January. The town also went through an abrupt temperature change. The town's 3,400 residents, some of whose families have lived there for thousands of years, are used to the extreme weather changes. In the winter, people sleep in a lot longer, and when the sun's out they like to stay out longer. For those who haven't seen the midnight sun, it's a once-in-a-lifetime kind of thing Number three Alaska A trip to Alaska is often on most people’s bucket lists. Alaska is full of mystery for many. The midnight sun is one of the mysteries that summer visitor’s have a chance to experience and understand.The sun doesn't set in the country of Alaska from late May to late July. Beautiful and breathtaking, the country is in darkness in the harsh months of winter. The sun travels in an Arc around Alaska, meaning that even when the sun dips below the horizon there is a very bright twilight. Because of this arc – Fairbanks experiences very bright periods of twilight and receives 24 hours of daylight for most of the summer. Known for its spectacular glaciers and snow-capped mountains; you can go hiking or sightseeing. Imagine watching those beautiful mountains glistening with snow at 2 am in morning. You can even go whale watching. Number four Iceland A beautiful country, Iceland is Europe's largest island after Great Britain. Iceland gets sunlight from May 10 through July, where the sun is above the horizon all the time. The days are long during the summertime. Although the Midnight Sun peaks in June, then Iceland’s nights are bright as early as May and as late as August. This is due to Iceland's proximity to the Arctic Circle; in actual fact, the Arctic Circle does cross over Iceland, just, incorporating Grímsey island at the northernmost tip of Iceland.Besides the breathtaking northern lights, the country offers various delightful activities like hiking, wildlife watching, whale watching, caving, cycling and visiting the national parks. Number five Sweden Usually warmer as compared to the other countries mentioned earlier, the sun in Sweden sets around midnight and is up again at 4:30 am, from early May to late August. You can spend these long days by keep yourself busy with adventurous activities. From the start of may until the second week of august, it’s possible to see the midnight ***************************************************************** If you own any of the content in my video and you don't want it to appear on my channel, please notify me via private message or email. The content will be MOVED within 12 hours. Email: [email protected] ● All images and clips were fairly used during the making of this video for educational purposes Only. We do not mean to victimize anybody emotionally. ● All copyrights are acknowledged to their rightful owners. Science Mysteries Channel does not claim to own any copyrights. The sole purpose of this video is to educate the viewers. ● Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ● Voice Credit : Matthew Mehhenick(Thank you For Your Wonderful Voice) For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected]
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Fantastic Aurora: Inside the Sun to Earth's Poles
 
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Plasma from solar flares or coronal mass ejections travel along solar wind to ultimately produce aurora's in Earth's polar regions. This visually stunning explanatory video takes you on a journey from sun's interior to the Earth's upper atmosphere. Credit: NASA/University of Oslo/Arcticlightphoto
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What to Wear in Finland - Northern Lights Trip
 
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This may seem obvious to most but it wasn't to me. Hence, this video for those who come from tropical countries. You need to be prepared when visiting a place that gets down to -40 degrees. Of course you can just get to Helsinki and buy everything at a department store - they have everything - jackets, good padded boots, ski or insulated pants and all the accessories. A good jacket - rated to minus 30 or 40 is necessary and many layers on your torso. One layer of thermals on your legs is a good idea too. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bananamanatv FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/BananaMana TWITTER: http://twitter.com/BananaManaTV
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FINALLY FOUND NORTHERN LIGHTS
 
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Watch The Northern Lights Place || The 10 Best Places to See the Northern Lights
 
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Watch The Northern Lights Place || The 10 Best Places to See the Northern Lights. Hello friends today in this video I have bee showes you the northern light place in this world. Finland, Iceland, Russia, Sweden, Alaska, Canada, Norway, Greenland, Scotland ======================================================= 80 Year Old Model Crushes Stereotypes With His Swagger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5qhZQXTYEQ ======================================================= Multi Star Systems Form When Gravity Gets Weird https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nhV-2T9Nx4 =======================================================
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Watching Northern Lights above Canada from air plane
 
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On Air North´s Aurora 360 flights on November 25th in 2017 there was the possibility to watch the Northern Lights above Canada from 36000 feet for some hours.
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Where to See the Northern Lights in the US | Find Your Happy
 
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The Northern Lights are one of the most beautiful scientific phenomena you can witness. While you may think you need to travel far to get a glimpse of them, there are a handful of states in America that give you a perfect view. What the video above to find out where (and when!) and check this activity off your bucket list. We partnered with Hilton Garden Inn to show you all the places in the United States where you can see the Northern Lights. Subscribe to POPSUGAR Girls' Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=popsugargirlsguide Find us on Snapchat! Username is popsugar
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Goodbye, Northern Lights
 
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People in Britain and at other lower-latitude countries could be waving goodbye to the Northern Lights. Solar activity, such as solar wind and sun spots, is reducing and could hit a 300-year low by the middle of the 21st century, University of Reading space scientists have found. Dr Mathew Owens explains that this could mean that the sun's magnetic influence reduces, causing the aurora to be confined to polar regions, increasing cosmic radiation on Earth, and making us more vulnerable to coronal mass ejections from the Sun. Based on research published on 31 January 2017, in Scientific Reports: M.J. Owens, M. Lockwood, P. Riley (2017). ‘Global solar wind variations over the last four centuries’. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/srep41548 Available after 31.01.17 from http://doi.org/10.1038/srep41548
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Chasing The Northern Lights (Kakslauttanen Resort, Lapland, Finland) Vlog 14
 
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It was a magical experience seeing the northern lights from our igloo bungalow in Kakslauttanen Resort in Lapland, Finland. An island girl from the tropics, it was also my first time in the Arctic Circle so the whole experience was really magical for me. I know a lot of people are planning to catch the northern lights one day, so I have shared a few tips in this video so you can increase your chances of seeing them during your planned visit. If you visit the Arctic Circle, either from Finland, Iceland, Norway, Canada or Alaska, the goal of visiting these countries should not be the lights because of the probability of seeing them. The Aurora Borealis should only be the icing on the cake. I would say we were still "lucky" because we were able to see it 2/5 nights we stayed in Kakslauttanen. Lapland offers so many other adventures so even without the northern lights, it is such a magical place to be. You can go reindeer sledding, visit Santa's Village, go ice fishing and many more. Book your stay here: https://booki.ng/2OIdE8n Blog on Chasing the Northern Lights from Kaukaslatten: https://bit.ly/2z4qfhd Visit our blog: http://www.thetravellingfoxes.com/ Like our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/thetravelling... Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/thetravellingf... Follow us on Instagram: @TheTravellingFoxes Follow us on Twitter: @Travellingfoxes Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/travellingfoxes -------------- TFLM - Lost In Your Eyes (Feat. Anja) [Royalty Free Stock Music] Music by TFLM Ft. Anja Soundcloud │ https://soundcloud.com/theflashmusic Soundcloud │ https://soundcloud.com/anjaenerud Source │ https://youtu.be/ijgSK93itHk Dyalla - Spark - Royalty Free Vlog Music Music By Dyalla Soundcloud │ https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Facebook │ https://www.facebook.com/dyallas Instagram │ https://www.instagram.com/dyallas/ Spotify │ http://spoti.fi/2rnfMqd YT Channel │ https://www.youtube.com/c/dyalla Source │https://youtu.be/5fZOdyJ07Pc Dj Quads - Flowers (Non-Copyrighted Music) Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/djquads/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/DjQuads Download Link: https://theartistunion.com/tracks/04418d
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🇮🇸 How to see the Northern Lights - 5 Super Secret Tips  🇮🇸 | Travel Better in Iceland!
 
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The Northern Lights are one of Iceland's most popular attractions and don't they make you work for it! Here are 5 of our TOP tips that should have you gazing into the sky in awe at least once during your trip to Iceland. And here's our full Iceland Travel Guide: https://youtu.be/9q5egJTlIoE We have loads of other videos on Iceland too: Top 18 Things To Do - https://youtu.be/xE6B-doCZV4 How To Drive in Iceland - https://youtu.be/EfMPVQk_fDI Basic Icelandic Language - https://youtu.be/LYzL7RfrTu4 Don’t forget to… SUBSCRIBE ► https://goo.gl/mKhPKt Get in touch on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/holidayextras Follow our travels on Twitter ► https://www.twitter.com/holidayextras Get some sneak-previews on Instagram ► https://instagram.com/holidayextras/ Quench your wanderlust on Pinterest ►https://www.pinterest.com/holidayextras/ And explore our Blog ► https://goo.gl/EgQpsp ………………………… PoweredBy http://www.holidayextras.co.uk/?agent=WJ414 ………………………… Transcript: Catching a glimpse of the Northern Lights is a big reason why people come to Iceland, so here’s a few of out tips for the best possible chance to see them. Winter is the best time to go, as the nights are longest at this time. It’ll be freezing cold but you can’t see the lights unless it’s dark. Go for as long as possible. You’ll often have cloud cover in Iceland. We were there for two weeks and only managed to see the Lights twice. Your best chance is to go somewhere where there’s no light pollution so get out of the city and go somewhere dark. We used the Icelandic weather website, belgingur.is. We found it the most accurate for predicting cloud cover. White areas show where the skies are clear and this gives you your best chance to see the Northern Lights. The second website we used was the Icelandic Met Office. Now this gives you the aurora forecasts, the stronger the better, sunset times and moonrise times. This just means that you can plan for when it gets dark.
Northern Lights As Seen From Space
 
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The video was taken by an astronaut on the International Space Station, as it flew over North America. The lights are a result of collisions between electronically charged participles that enter the earth's atmosphere, Kylie Bearse reports (0:44). WCCO Sunday Morning - December 24, 2017
Aurora over Tromsø - Arctic Norway northern lights
 
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Experience the unbelievable colours of the northern lights moving across the Arctic sky near Tromsø in northern Norway. Few places on earth offer more ways to witness the aurora borealis than Norway. It is often said that the northern parts of Norway is the best places in the world to see the northern light. If we are to be honest, that is only partially true, as the lights can be just as visible from destinations outside of Norway. But few countries can rival the vast selection of activities, tours, cruises, restaurants and hotels which all play an important part in this arctic experience. On a very basic level the northern lights are quite simple to explain. The lights come at night when the sky is dark. It’s like a celestial ballet of light dancing across the night sky, with a colour palette (green, pink, violet) reminiscent of a really cool fashion show. To the locals in Northern Norway, the northern lights are a part of life. In this area the aurora borealis has been, and still is, a fertile source for art, mythology and legends. To others, like celebrity scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson, the phenomenon is more of a unique example of just how beautiful science can be. “It’s a curious thing about the universe”, he says, “behind the most stunning sights to behold, lies some of the most challenging problems in physics”. Some media have reported that scientists expect the lights to fade and appear less frequently over the next ten years. This is not true for Northern Norway though as scientist Truls Lynne Hansen at the Northern Lights Observatory in Tromsø explains: “It is true that we are past the Northern Lights climax and that means that there will be fewer observations around Oslo and further south. But up here under the Northern Lights oval in Northern Norway we will not see any difference, though”. Video edited by Mark Farrelly from time lapse photography by Richard Dobrichovsky, Felipe Pitta and Walter Nazuruk. LInks to source videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5LupVNeMHA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weR1-KYQgsI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpkbdSYN0Xo
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Northern Lights in Iceland
 
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As owners of a vacation villa, we love to travel too, and stay in vacation rentals. We’re in Iceland right now and having the time of our lives. We’ve found many differences between the two countries and cultures, and also some similarities. Our favorite thing we’ve learned is the Icelandic parallel to Costa Rica’s “Pura Vida” - “þetta reddast,” which means it will all work out okay. I guess when the weather can change so quickly and dramatically you have to be able to go with the flow and be able to adapt your plans to the whims of Mother Nature. Want to visit Costa Rica? Check us out for your pampered stay - the #1 TripAdvisor high-end villa rental in the world. Pura Vida House. www.ThePuraVidaHouse.com
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Where are the best places to see the Northern Lights?
 
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Stargazing is awesome - but it’s even better when the sky is lit up with luminous green, blues, reds and pinks. Whether you're more interested in the science or the romance of the Northern Lights, this is one experience you have to see with your own eyes. So here’s where you can do it. http://www.lastminute.com/blog/where-are-the-best-places-to-see-the-northern-lights/
Reacting to Northern Lights SUPER STORM over Edinburgh Scotland
 
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Reacting to NORTHERN LIGHTS SUPER STORM OVER EDINBURGH SCOTLAND Due to sun spot activity, on 8 September 2017 a huge solar storm hit earth and, consequently we got this amazing northern lights show as far south as here in Edinburgh, Scotland. Please excuse my language and over excitability. I literally couldn't believe what I was seeing!!! Follow my aurora borealis watching adventures here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9EV5_ZGBxY&list=PLvHMy_OWSWruG8EkZWER0SABO1qTOJlHn -- Thank you so much for taking the time to watch my vlogs. It would be awesome if you could keep up with my stories through my vlogs, so hit the subscribe button and let me know your thoughts down below. I thrive from your input and I read every comment! So please say hello ☺ Subscribe to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4Aq... -- WELCOME TO SHAUNVLOG - I'm Shaun Alexander and this is my YouTube vlog channel about my life and adventures. I'm from Edinburgh in Scotland, one of only a handful of Scottish YouTubers / vloggers, and vlog about my daily life in Scotland and other countries I live at times, Scottish culture, life, the world, travel, culture and everything in between. I just love to tell stories and have been lucky enough to make this passion a job, having worked as a writer/journalist, photographer and corporate content executive during my career. We are privileged to live in an era where we can tell our stories directly to an audience using new media. Storytelling on social media is my passion and it is also my new career (I’m also an entrepreneur in the space), so put everything into providing the best content I can here on my YouTube channel, over on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. These are my personal stories and I truly appreciate your time in watching these vlogs. ---- #Shaun #ShaunVlog #AdventureEverything #northernlights #aurora #auroraborealis
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Iceland’s Northern Lights: Beautiful sight, risky drive
 
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(13 Jan 2019) LEADIN: Police in Iceland say too many tourists put themselves at risk searching for the Northern Lights, whose spectacular streaks of color light up the winter skies. Deprived of sleep their attention is divided between road and sky and many also underestimate the challenging winter conditions. STORYLINE : Spending a calm winter night under an Arctic sky lit up by the Northern Lights is an often-cited 'bucket-list' experience and among the reasons more people are visiting northern Iceland. The remote region at the edge of the Arctic Circle is one of the best places in the world to spot the colorful phenomenon. The aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, occur when a magnetic solar wind slams into the Earth's magnetic field and causes atoms in the upper atmosphere to glow. The lights appear quite suddenly and the intensity varies - the most amazing are bright green with purple and yellow at the base. Sightings depend on a mix of luck and effort. Traveling away from city lights is most often necessary - that has led some drivers to take hazardous mountain roads. But many foreign visitors lack the experience and expertise to handle Iceland's wintry road conditions, and police are increasingly worried about them being distracted and unprepared. Some get into accidents because they are scanning the sky for the rare Northern Lights, not the road, which may be icy, bendy, or both. "Weather and road conditions are one thing but it also comes down to very problematic behaviour with some tourist drivers. Like when hitting the break on the middle of a road for a sudden photo opportunity, with little or no warning for following drivers. In the dark, when the Northern Lights are out, this is an even greater hazard," says superintendent Johannes Sigfusson at the Akureyri Police Department, the largest in the region. The weather and the road conditions change accordingly. It can go from being a dry road to being an icy and slippery road in a matter of minutes," he adds. Of the 18 people who died in traffic crashes in Iceland in 2018, half of them have been foreign nationals, continuing a trend that started the year before, when more foreigners than residents died for the first time. Police have encountered sleep-deprived drivers, cruising into the night, and vehicles driving without the lights turned on to prevent light pollution. Police say some accidents happen when drivers on main roads hit the brakes quickly because of a sudden sighting, and get hit from behind. Iceland's infrastructure also lags behind the sustained boom in international tourism. The national Road No. 1, which runs for 1,337 kilometers (830 miles) as it connects coastal towns and villages on this volcanic island of 350,000 people, still has narrow lanes and many one-lane bridges. Last month an SUV carrying seven British tourists plunged off a one-lane bridge on Road No. 1 in southern Iceland, killing three people and critically injuring the others. Over winter, tourists from warm countries - who may never have driven in snow and ice - have shown to be more likely to get into an accidents, according to the Icelandic Transport Authority. "Driving on Icelandic winter roads it is tough. Definitely," says Jeremy Tan, a financier from Singapore, about driving his rental car half way around Iceland. "Dark roads and strong winds are something that I am not used to." He was parked at the Godafoss, a landmark waterfall, hoping that the clouds might clear and reveal on a Northern Lights show. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f0a94804f3dceaacc526f608ade3cf27
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Tromso, Norway, one of the best places to view the spectacular Northern Lights
 
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Tromsø is a city in the very northernmost part of Norway. It is almost 350 km north of the Arctic Circle and is one of the best places to view the spectacular Northern Lights in winter Tromsø is a surprise to most visitors: Here you find art, history, sophistication, good food and an infamous nightlife in a bustling, tiny city. All of it, though, is surrounded by spectacular scenery that is visible from everywhere in town. The city is home to the world's northernmost university, as well as research institutes and satellite based industry. The population is therefore highly skilled, but retains the straightforwardness and sense of humour that the North is known for. Tromsø's most visited attractions include Polaria, The Arctic Cathedral, The Cable Car, The Tromsø Museum, the Polar Museum and the Botanic Garden. Gun guarding the oldest house in Tromsø Aurora The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is a natural light phenomenon in the night sky. Tromsø is very favorably located for viewing the Northern Lights, but you cannot see the aurora at all times. Tromsø is within the aurora belt mostly between 6pm and midnight, occasionally between 4pm and 2am. It has to be dark for you to see it. Between late September and late March, it is dark after six, and you have maximum chances of seeing the lights. Clouds obstruct the view of the Northern Lights. October and November are humid autumn months, and often you don't see the lights. From December onwards, the weather is drier. March is THE driest month in this six-month period of good chances. Conclusion: December to mid/late March are the best times. Pick December/January for atmospheric visits in the dark, or February/March for thrilling outdoor activities. Sporty, outdoorsy people are recommended to come in March, as this month gives the opportunity to do outdoor activities in plenty of sunshine and good weather, and still observe the aurora after dark. The mid term holiday in February in many European countries is also a good time to come. Source: wikitravel.org/en/Troms%C3%B8
Risk It All and You Might Actually Fulfill Your Destiny Ep.51
 
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We are making our way back to the boat but first...Alaska. Tony is an original bum and has started quite the life after leaving the boat. He's fell in love and decided to tie the knot. He was kind enough to do an interview afterwards and it certainly adds some perspective.
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Magically Wedding beneath Alaska's Northern Lights
 
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These two wanted a unique wedding and got married beneath Alaska's Northern Lights! We captured it on video! Marketa and I have been involved with some amazing moments and shared in some special memories with many of our clients over the years but this has to be one of the coolest experiences we've been a part of yet! They hired us as a private charter to document their special night in photos and get them to a great locations beneath the ‪#‎Aurora‬ We surprised them and captured it on video as well. :-) Bonus if you can find the shooting star
5 Remarkable Facts About the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) - The Countdown #39
 
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What causes the sky near the Earth's poles to light up with swirling, colorful light? In this episode of the Countdown, we explore the physics behind auroras and more. -- SUBSCRIBE, future astronauts: http://goo.gl/bRbj4 Watch more of The Countdown: http://goo.gl/JnNep Visit Scientific American's website for more space news and information: http://goo.gl/qXeIq -- More to explore: Visit http://LightsOverLapland.com for more images of the Northern Lights from Abisko National Park in Sweden. Aurora Forecast (NOAA) http://helios.swpc.noaa.gov/ovation/index.html Written in the Sky: Aurora Borealis Explained (Institute of Physics) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PXu2SnG4pk Science Casts: Auroras Underfoot (NASA) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzET3jkl5Ww Northern Lights, Earth's Auroras, Causes and Facts (Space.com) http://www.space.com/15139-northern-lights-auroras-earth-facts-sdcmp.html The History of Auroras (NASA) http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/themis/auroras/aurora_history.html#.Us8Ya2RDvPZ -- Top image courtesy of Rafal Konieczny via Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Aurora_Borealis_NO.JPG Credits: Host/writer: Sophie Bushwick Story Advisors: Clara Moskowitz & Michael Moyer Editor: Joss Fong Producer: Eric R. Olson
What Are The Non Schengen Countries?
 
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Aurora borealis or Northern lights explained in tamil|Tamil|Therinjikonga
 
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Aurora borealis or Northern lights explained in tamil|Tamil|Therinjikonga Ever heard of Aurora borealis? i have explained it in this video in Tamil . Aurora Borealis is one of the nature's beauty and the sun is one of the reasons for its formation and it is formed in the sky of countries like Alaska ,Canada etc. Plasma plasma is the hot ionized gas found in the outermost layer of sun which is called Corona it is also known as Solar wind. Plasma is the fourth state of matter Reference https://www.britannica.com/amp/story/what-causes-the-northern-and-southern-lights #northernlights #aurora #therinjikonga #GK #science தமிழ் வாழ்க!!
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Nasa film Northern Lights from space
 
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Stunning images showing the glowing Aurora Borealis over North America have been filmed high above the Earth from the International Space Station.
Views: 17507 The Telegraph
Iceland cops tell tourists to stop staring at the northern lights
 
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Police in Iceland have officially warned drivers to stop staring at the Northern Lights. The distracted driving caused by tourists staring at the night sky has apparently become a big problem across the country.
Views: 578 New York Post
NASA's AZURE rockets create strange glowing clouds over Norway to study aurora - timelapse 4K
 
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Last night (April 5th 2019) NASA's AZURE mission successfully launched 2 sounding rockets back-to-back from the Andøya Space Center in Norway. They released clouds of glowing tracers into the upper atmosphere (the background green is the real aurora though) to study and track the flow of neutral and charged particles in the ionosphere. Each dot is at a different altitude and notice they migrate at a different speed and direction! I recorded everything on time-lapse from Senja island over the course of the evening on Canon 6D and Sigma 14mm f1.8. More info about the mission: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2018/sounding-rocket-mission-will-trace-auroral-winds For media inquiries contact [email protected] Soundtrack licensed through Epidemicsound, All visuals copyrighted Night Lights Films and may not be used without the author's authorization.
Views: 22294 Night Lights Films
Northern Lights illuminate skies above Minnesota
 
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The moment rare Northern Lights dazzled in the skies of Minnesota in the US have been captured on camera. Report by Claire Mewse. Current affairs, amazing footage and incredible stories. Welcome to ODN - On Demand News. Formerly the ITN YouTube channel, ODN is your home for the top visual stories happening across the globe. Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ODNface Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/ODNTweets Add us on Google+: http://bit.ly/ODNplus More stories from ODN: Northern Lights illuminate skies above Minnesota - http://bit.ly/NLMinnes Death of British jihadi Thomas Evans captured on camera - http://bit.ly/UKJihadiDeath Awkward moment the Queen doesn't recognise her father in painting - http://bit.ly/QueenAwks MEGAJAWS - shark with huge fangs in the USA - http://bit.ly/MegaJAws 16 killed in a bus crash in Russia - http://bit.ly/RussiaCrash246 CCTV: Violent jewellery heist in Manchester - http://bit.ly/CCTVManc ISIS militants explode shrines in ancient Syrian city of Palmyra - http://bit.ly/ISISPal Calais migrant crisis: Moment man climbs into lorry cabin - http://bit.ly/CalaisCab Confederate Flag - the who, what, where, why, how - http://bit.ly/ConfederateFlag246 Man jumps on moose and rides across Canadian lake - http://bit.ly/MooseRide246 Soldiers shoot down targets during military drills in Russia - http://bit.ly/ShotDown246 Fast & Furious stars open 'Supercharged' ride at Universal Studios - http://bit.ly/FandFRide Funny prank: Meter maid lifts New York cab - http://bit.ly/LadyLift Migrants try to board UK bound trucks amid Calais chaos - http://bit.ly/CalaisChaos Aerial footage of hunt for London machete killer - http://bit.ly/AerialKiller23 Star Wars is real! Soldiers have hoverbikes! http://bit.ly/HoverBikes246 Heat-wave in Pakistan kills more than 400 - http://bit.ly/PakistanHeat Migrants jump onto moving lorry amid Calais travel chaos - http://bit.ly/CalaisMigrants Skinny jeans can be bad for your health - http://bit.ly/SkinnyJeans236 Italians get a 'pizza the action' with new world record for longest pizza - http://bit.ly/GWRPizza Obama uses "n word" to highlight his point that the USA is still racist - http://bit.ly/ObamaNBomb Does your birthday determine your characteristics? http://bit.ly/BDayCharacter Grandma carried foetus for 50 years - http://bit.ly/Foetus50 Glastonbury gets the Lego treatment - http://bit.ly/Glastonlego Men filmed surfing on whale shark - http://bit.ly/WhaleSurf Taliban bomb attack on Afghan parliament - http://bit.ly/TalibanAttack Southpaw kangaroos - they are left handed! http://bit.ly/SouthpawRoos The 65-year-old activist taking on China's dog meat vendors - http://bit.ly/DogMeatFestival22 Robot takes centre stage at Berlin's famous Komische Opera - http://bit.ly/RobotOpera Goat beauty contest happens in Lithuanian village - http://bit.ly/MissGoat
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pm2am Student Trips -  Northern Lights Adventure To Magical Lapland PLUS Christmas Special
 
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Have you ever dreamt of visiting the lands of snow? How many of us have dreamt of visiting Santa Claus in the Arctic Circle ever since childhood? To see Rudolph the Reindeer and his friends in real life wandering around? Now is your chance for the winter adventure of a lifetime! We are proud to announce our trip to magical Northern Europe! It's time for you to join our trip to the heart of the north! Experience the northern culture, its food, activities, and winter with pm2am! Optional excursion? - TRADITIONAL HUSKY RIDE Want to experience northern nature at its finest? Join us for the traditional husky ride! You will have a perfect chance to create an unforgettable experience! - RELAXING REINDEER RIDE Sit down, relax and enjoy the snowy views of Lapland in a reindeer-drawn sleigh! You might even spot other wild animals on the way! - ADVENTUROUS SNOWMOBILE Are you into speed and adventure? Now you have the chance to experience the wintery forests of Lapland while riding your own snowmobile! ------------------------------------------------------------------- Stay tuned for our next pm2am Student Trip video ++ Comment your hashtag for this video #pm2amstudenttrips If you want your pm2am Student Trip experience to be featured on our channel, email us! BOOK NOW: https://pm2amtrips.com We hope to have you soon on board ;)
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Northern Lights in Night Vision - Real Time - Hessdalen, Norway - 11:44 PM - Sept 12, 2016
 
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Please join us on our next Expedition coming up Aug 11 - 17, 2018, where we hope to "make contact": http://www.mcbiexpeditions.com/joshua-tree-expedition-august-11-17-2018/ We've been traveling around the world for 3.5 years now to 11 countries / 30 cities & have never been to a CE5 event, or put on our own where there wasn't some kind of ET contact. My / our presentation at ACE, in June 2018: https://youtu.be/tD91Eiito6E Here's one of our trailers for the documentary we are working on: https://youtu.be/LaDdyftfNrQ We also saw the famous "Hessdalen Lights Phenomenon": https://youtu.be/G0vN98foIwI every night: https://youtu.be/boMLmyvLRqQ which typically occur when the Northern Lights are there, high humidity, wind, and changes in the Earth's magnetic field. Here's a vid of the Northern Lights in colour on our Yellowknife, NWT, Canada trip in 2015: https://youtu.be/YjqYM0dhUYY As part of our upcoming documentary "Making Contact - Be Inspired", Marcus, Kelly & I spent a week in Hessdalen, Norway (this current video) with the "Science Camp", studying the famous Hessdalen Lights phenomenon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hessdalen_lights Professor Erling P. Strand https://youtu.be/m6PVest5L7k , who runs the project, was very kind to spend hours & hours with us personally & privately, to take us to the different observation posts high up on the mountains, show us the various spots where the sightings have occurred, and share the many stories around the lights over the years. Excellent video on what they may be: https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=axRl1VYnxzY This vid details what has been established so far as fact: https://youtu.be/ZsYGTCEM8dY It was an honour to rub shoulders with scientists from around the world. Christer Olofsson, the boss of the Slettælet station / camp at the south end of the valley, who is speaking in the last part of this vid is Swedish, hence the Swedish flag. Alison Kruse, who joined us from the USA on this trip, spent a night at his camp with me on the mountaintop observing the phenomenon & we both appreciated Christer's knowledge & hospitality very much .. especially the hot meal of reindeer stew! https://www.facebook.com/Hessdalen-lights-phenomenon-581387638543899/ https://www.facebook.com/arcticsciencecamp/ ABC News story done on last day we were there (in Norwegian): http://www.abcnyheter.no/nyheter/2016/09/16/195242563/forskere-gransker-lysfenomenet-i-hessdalen?autoplay=1 Project Hessdalen: http://www.hessdalen.org "The Portal - The Hessdalen Light Phenomenon" - documentary on the Hessdalen Lights: https://youtu.be/dGu_Z0VrIS8 Our 3rd teaser for" Making Contact - Be Inspired": https://youtu.be/Z5zQdjasVhw Our 2nd teaser for "Making Contact - Be Inspired": https://youtu.be/-DtEZbVFlP8 We saw the Hessdalen Lights every day we were there, but we were observing from 8 PM to 3 AM each night, and they showed up once or twice over that 7 hours, so you have to be verrrrrry patient, LOL. Here are the 3 cameras under "Station", then click which "Live TV" you want. Norway is 6 hours ahead of London, ON, Canada. http://www.hessdalen.org/station/stream3.shtml The form of lights we saw generally lit up for just a few seconds, so it was difficult to get the equipment turned the right place & be recording in time before they went out. Kelly of our group did manage to turn on her night vision scope as soon as we saw one flash & record 2 more flashes: https://youtu.be/boMLmyvLRqQ
Northern lights: practical lessons from the Nordic countries
 
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“We can’t be agile if we’re not prepared” says Dr Andrew Scott in his presentation. Sharing insights from his time living and studying in Nordic counties and the response to economic change, he says investment in securely-based, quality re-skilling programs needs to increase to a similar scale of investment as undertaken in Denmark. These programs need to include much stronger vocational skills content than existing measures. By taking such steps, Australia can reduce unemployment in the future towards the low rates which the Danes have consistently achieved. Efforts to create new employment-intensive projects in locations severely affected by economic change also need to be made, drawing on Danish examples among others, in order to reduce the extent of Australia’s regional inequalities. Presenter: Dr Andrew Scott, Deakin University Presented at NCVER's ‘When one door closes: VET’s role in re-skilling displaced workers' research forum held 18 November 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Further presentations from the forum may be found on NCVER's Portal: http://www.ncver.edu.au/wps/poc?urile=wcm:path:/wps/wcm/connect/NCVER_Content/NCVER/News+and+Events/Events/Past-events/#doc-section-2
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Astronaut Shares Breathtaking Image of the Northern Lights Near Chicago
 
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This amazing image taken by Astronaut Scott Kelly shows the northern lights phenomenon over the Chicago and Lake Michigan area. This video also contains a few other shots taken over the years showing the incredible aurora borealis from space! For more videos like this Subscribe to our Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGISiGs_RL7Z1qfs1-GD6PA?sub_confirmation=1 Music by: Kevin Macleod https://www.youtube.com/user/kmmusic
Views: 903 ModernGalaxy
Aurora (Northern Lights) Part III
 
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I want to thank all Youtubers for the positive feedback to the first northern lights video in this series. It has been favorited more than 9000 times so far. Many ask me about the techniques: I developed a ultra light sensitive color webcam that hourly generates time lapse movies. At the moment we have five cameras of this type running in different countries. This is another movie from the camera in British Columbia, Canada. It was taken on Jun/28/2006 and shows northern lights in a summer night. There are some bright clouds near the horizon on the left. These are noctilucent clouds. Noctilucent clouds are the highest clouds in the Earth's atmosphere, located in the mesosphere at altitudes of around 82 km (50 miles), and are visible only when illuminated by sunlight from below the horizon while the ground and lower layers of the atmosphere are in the Earth's shadow; otherwise they are too faint to be seen. Noctilucent clouds are not fully understood by science today. Look for this kind of clouds in a summer night. You may spot them near the northern horizon when you live in the northern hemisphere in a latitude between 50 and 60 degrees.
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Northern Lights over Whitehorse
 
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I created this video to share the aurora with people who don't have the chance to live in high latitude countries. Gear: Camera: Canon 7D Lens: Tokina 11-16 mm at 11mm and f/2.8 Sensitivity: between 800 and 1600 iso Exposure: 4 sec to 10 sec Edited with: Kdenlive on Ubuntu 13.10
Views: 1598 Thomas Jacquin
Heart of Iron IV - Sweden Empire #01 - Campaign #01"Achived  Northern Light"
 
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The picture on the video is of the Fascist Flag Sweden. Heart of Iron IV Steam - Playing as Fascist Sweden. Going for Achievement = Northern Light. "As a Scandinavian country form your own faction, and have Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland in it." Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/shun1987 If you like subscribers.
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Alaska Northern Lights - Don't Be Afraid of The Dark
 
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Alaska Northern Lights - Don't Be Afraid of The Dark Every year thousands of people are impacted by Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD, commonly referred to as the Winter Blues, a depressed feeling that some people experience, starting in the fall and lasting thru winter. According to the American Aademy of Family Physicians, as many as six out of every 100 people in the U.S. have experienced this condition. Furthermore another 10 to 20% may experience some mild form of SAD. The exact cause of SAD is unknown, but given that the symptoms are more common during the winter and in the northern states and countries. Doctors believe that lack of sunlight alters brain chemistry, leading to depression. Demographically, it seems to be more common in women than men; although some children and teenagers get SAD, it usually doesn't affect people younger than 20 years of age. Frequently, dangerous antidepressants are used to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder and may help prevent depressive episodes in people that suffer from it. However, antidepressants are not without risk. Studies on antidepressants indicate many disturbing facts such as: Antidepressants can cause serious side effects that actually increase symptoms of anxiety & depression in some cases. They are ineffective in up to 50% of cases. They can be as addictive as narcotics and can cause serious withdrawal symptoms upon treatment completion. Cases of high fever, confusion, muscle rigidity, and cardiac, liver, or kidney problems have also been reported. According to the FDA, the most dangerous potential problem is indicated in the studies that reveal a possible increased risk for suicidal behavior in adults who are being treated with antidepressant medications. A concern so serious, it lead the FDA to order black box warning labels on all antidepressant drugs disclosing the increased risks of suicidal behavior. In light of this information, many Doctors have turned to bright light therapy as their first option of treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder. The standard recommendation calls for 30 minutes of daily exposure to bright light therapy. Studies have reported that as many as 80% of patients achieve complete relief through the use of bright light therapy. Since 1993, Alaska Northern Lights has been a leading provider of bright light therapy boxes for treating seasonal affective disorder. We have sold over 30,000 of our North Star light boxes. And we offer a 60 day, 100% money back guarantee. Don't suffer thru another winter season in the dark, for more information, please visit http://www.alaskanorthernlights.com or by calling 1-800-880-6953.
AMAZING world || Northern light display in the sky
 
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An aurora, northern light show off on the sky, let's discover it what you might have never seen in your life. the first time i see the picture i thought it was photoshop :D go watching
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Top 5 Countries That Do Not Have Sunset || సూర్యుడు అస్తమించని 5 దేశాలు ఎక్కడున్న మీకు తెలుసా? || CC
 
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Top 5 Countries That Do Not Have Sunset - సూర్యుడు అస్తమించని 5 దేశాలు ఎక్కడున్న మీకు తెలుసా? - With Subtitles ENTERTAINMENT ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET LEAF :- https://goo.gl/2Q6SjG ►SUBSCRIBE TO CHUCHU SUPER KIDS :- https://goo.gl/g81TxT ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC SPIRITUAL :- https://goo.gl/54LRFZ ►SUBSCRIBE TO PLANET MOJO :- https://goo.gl/KTxvkN ►SUBSCRIBE TO LOCAL BITES :- https://goo.gl/Ezfnz2 MOVIES ►SUBSCRIBE TO TELUGU FULL SCREEN :- https://goo.gl/5snmyJ ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC VIDEOS :- https://goo.gl/eCkJBy ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC COMEDY :- https://goo.gl/wt8hcm ►SUBSCRIBE TO TELUGU SONGS JUKEBOX :- https://goo.gl/KY7oou ►SUBSCRIBE TO MOVIE EXPRESS :- https://goo.gl/U2LQJZ ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC MINI MOVIES :- https://goo.gl/8pz64a ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC CLASSICS :- https://goo.gl/dT3N8E ►SUBSCRIBE TO SOUTH CINEMA HALL :- https://goo.gl/a5AAsQ ►SUBSCRIBE TO ROMANTIC GURU :- https://goo.gl/YW3L7J ►SUBSCRIBE TO LOVERS CLUB :- https://goo.gl/GKpxVw ►SUBSCRIBE TO COMEDY EXPRESS :- https://goo.gl/4aaPBJ NEWS ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC NEWS :- https://goo.gl/dDZS2g ►SUBSCRIBE TO TFC FILM NEWS :- https://goo.gl/M8XfZt ►SUBSCRIBE TO GOSSIPS KING :- https://goo.gl/reZFUd WEBSITES ►FOR COMPLETE ENTERTAINMENT & INFORMATION :- https://goo.gl/U7d6j1 ►FOR ONLINE GAMES :- https://goo.gl/Lnz2qz FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA ►FACEBOOK - https://goo.gl/9nah8Q ►TWITTER - https://goo.gl/jpw19v ►GOOGLE+ - https://goo.gl/TuwAQm ►Blogger - https://goo.gl/mKEIe4 ►SCOOP IT - https://goo.gl/yKaf2o ►TUMBLER - https://goo.gl/xI2385 ►REDDIT - https://goo.gl/tbAjsV ►GOOGLE+ COMMUNITIES -https://goo.gl/epJ2op The places where the sun never sets... Don't we all have those days when we wish the day never ends. Well, some people are lucky to have this wish fulfilled. We are talking about places in the world where the sun never sets. Imagine, the day never ends and you don't know when to sleep, when to wake up...Here are places where the sun never sets. Norway: Situated in the Arctic Circle, Norway is called the Land of the Midnight Sun. For about a period of 76 days from May to late July, the sun never sets. The bright sunlight engulfs the entire region for about 20 hours a day. In Svalbard, Norway, which is the northern-most inhabited region of Europe, the sun shines continuously from April 10 to August 23. Visit the region and live for days, for there is no night. Don't forget to get a peek of the northern lights when visiting. Iceland: A beautiful country, Iceland is Europe's largest island after Great Britain. Iceland gets sunlight from May 10 through July, where the sun is above the horizon all the time. Besides the breathtaking northern lights, the country offers various delightful activities like hiking, wildlife watching, whale watching, caving, cycling and visiting the national parks. Canada: The world's second largest country, several parts of Canada is covered with snow all through the year. In places like Inuvik and the Northwest territories, the sun shines for about 50 days in summer. Here's a list of things you should do when in Canada: go for Aurora viewing, mountaineering, hot springs, suspension bridge walk, road trips on the world's second-largest stretches and a lot of historical monuments. Sounds like fun, isn't it? Alaska: The sun doesn't set in the country of Alaska from late May to late July. Beautiful and breathtaking, the country is in darkness in the harsh months of winter. Known for its spectacular glaciers and snow-capped mountains; you can go hiking or sightseeing. Imagine watching those beautiful mountains glistening with snow at 2 am in morning. You can even go whale watching. Sweden: Usually warmer as compared to the other countries mentioned above, the sun in Sweden sets around midnight and is up again at 4:30 am, from early May to late August. You can spend these long days by keep yourself busy with adventurous activities. Or how about fishing, playing golf, skiing, watching the northern lights, visiting the national parks, exploring the lowland trails? Finland: The land of thousand lakes and islands, most parts of Finland see the sun for 73 days, during summers. Besides seeing the northern lights, you can enjoy staying in glass igloos and even go skiing. In the autumn months, the fall leaves and colours offer some spectacular views. Everything explained in Telugu in our above video. Do not forget to like and share the links...
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5 ऐसे देश जहाँ सूरज नहीं डूबता | 5 Places Where Sun Never Sets in Hindi
 
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A 24 hour to 20 hour daytime which fluctuates per the vicinity to the shaft, for an expanded day and age, that basically implies that for quite a long time and months through and through it is splendid and sunny! These spots clearly have a particular topographical area, near the shafts of the earth. This marvel happens in light of the fact that the Earth is tilted on its hub by around 23 degrees. At the posts, North Pole and South Pole, this implies the sun just ascents and sets once every year. These marvels are watched more close to the North Pole, the Arctic Circle, inferable from it having human settlements. What's more, despite the fact that they likewise happen in southern locales close to the Antarctic Circle, attributable to it being a uninhabited mainland, it is just ever experienced by researcher missions or the odd explorer. The most extreme timetables for this wonder are: At the South Pole, the sun ascends on September 21 and does not set until March 22, the next year. At the North Pole, the sun ascends on March 22 and sets on September 21, that year. There are numerous nations with ranges inside or flanking the Arctic Circle to where you can arrange your intriguing occasion. Some of these regions incorporate the northernmost parts of Canada, Greenland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Alaska and Iceland. It is safe to say that you are arranging a get-away to the place/places where the sun never sets or to a place where there is the midnight sun, a place where in summer the sun can regularly be seen past midnight? At that point read on to know all the more with the goal that you can arrange an outlandish occasion to simply such a goal. A few goals are recorded beneath: Dreamy Flashback Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "भारत की सबसे भूतिया जगाहें Part - 1 | India's Most Haunted Places in Hindi" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR4CnAO_0xk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MysteriousWorldVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysteriousworldvideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/MysteriousHindi
Views: 2117236 Mysterious World Hindi
Affinity Photo - Fake Northern Lights
 
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Affinity Photo – Fake Northern Lights Adapting a Photoshop tutorial for Serif’s Affinity Photo to add some fake Northern Lights to a night time photo. Not sure it really works but it is a good way to learn what Affinity Photo can do, so worth trying. If you want to use the same image that I did, I got it from the Royalty Free website Pixabay.com https://pixabay.com/en/starry-sky-landscape-sky-star-1573492
Views: 198 Carl Surry
Tromsø travel, Norway 2019 4K
 
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Tromsø travel, Norway Tourism 2019 4K, Tromsø Norway Travel Vlog, Tromsø Norway Tourism & Vacations 2019 Tromsø is a city in the very northernmost part of Norway. It is almost 350 km north of the Arctic Circle and is one of the best places to view the spectacular Northern Lights in winter. Tromsø is a surprise to most visitors: Here you find art, history, sophistication, good food and an infamous nightlife in a bustling, tiny city. All of it, though, is surrounded by spectacular scenery that is visible from everywhere in town. The city is home to the world's northernmost university, as well as research institutes and satellite based industry. The population is therefore highly skilled, but retains the straightforwardness and sense of humour that the North is known for. See in Tromsø, Norway =================== Tromsø most visited attractions include Polaria, The Arctic Cathedral, The Cable Car, The Tromsø Museum, the Polar Museum and the Botanic Garden. Aurora -------- The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is a natural light phenomenon in the night sky. Tromsø is very favorably located for viewing the Northern Lights, but you cannot see the aurora at all times. Tromsø is within the aurora belt mostly between 6pm and midnight, occasionally between 4pm and 2am. It has to be dark for you to see it. Between late September and late March, it is dark after six, and you have maximum chances of seeing the lights. Clouds obstruct the view of the Northern Lights. October and November are humid autumn months, and often you don't see the lights. From December onwards, the weather is drier. March is THE driest month in this six-month period of good chances. Conclusion: December to mid/late March are the best times. Pick December/January for atmospheric visits in the dark, or February/March for thrilling outdoor activities. Sporty, outdoorsy people are recommended to come in March, as this month gives the opportunity to do outdoor activities in plenty of sunshine and good weather, and still observe the aurora after dark. The mid term holiday in February in many European countries is also a good time to come. Museums and galleries -------------------------------- Tromsø Museum (University Museum), Lars Thّrings veg 10 (Take bus 37 from Fredrik Langes gate), ☎ +47 77 64 50 00,is a rather large museum with a number of different exhibits on the North. Look out for their Sami exhibits, the Archaeological Exhibit, Religious art and Northern Lights machine. Avoid Sundays, as weekend daddies let their little monsters run screaming through the exhibits. In the summer of 2008 they invited everyone to a cup of coffee in "gammen", a traditional Sami turf house built outside the building Polar Museum, Sّndre Tollbodgaten 11, ☎ +47 77 60 66 30, displays the Arctic Hunting that took place from Tromsّ, as well as the expeditions to the Arctic. The museum is houses in an old warehouse from 1830. Perspektivet Museum, Storgata 95, ☎ +47 77 60 19 10, has temporary exhibits on the north. Their location in an 1838 building in the main street is superb, and there is free admission. The Northern Norwegian Art Museum (Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum), Sjّgata 1, ☎ +47 77 64 70 20, has art from Northern Norway from 1800 onwards, as well as Norwegian art in general. Look out for their temporary exhibits. The Tromsø Gallery of Contemporary Art (Tromsø Kunstforening), Muségata 2, ☎ +47 77 65 58 27, has temporary exhibits on contemporary art Tromsø War Museum (Tromsø Forsvarsmuseum), Solstrandveien (Bus 28 from the main square), ☎ +47 77 65 54 40, situated in a wartime German bunker, focuses on the sinking of the "Tirpitz" in 1944. It's open in summer only, because of the temperature Nature ====== The nature surrounding Tromsø is spectacular. Mountains, fjords and fauna in an arctic perspective. Just outside Tromsø you can find various birds (Sea Eagles, Puffins, Fulmars), Muskoxen and the worlds largest mammals - the whales. For whale watching in Tromsø - Whale watching in Norway Do in Tromso, Norway ==================== Most activities take place in the sheltered waters around the city area, or in the mountains surrounding the city. Check out the website of the Tourist Information for all the details. The Tourist Information also has a number of organised tours on offer. Some activities are easy to do without assistance, whereas others require the guidance of a trained guide. Make sure you know what you're doing before setting off on your own.
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Northern Lights in Switzerland
 
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On the night Dec 14./15. I observed northern lights in Switzerland. Northern lights are very rare here. During the same night aurora was also captured by the time lapse camera in Oklahoma.
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Can You See The Northern Lights In The Summer?
 
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For example, the summer of 2017 may be a good time for vacation, but better to is it terrible idea aim see northern lights in july 2014? ? ? If not i know that mid winter australia, hemisphere it's high. While the northern lights occur year round, summer's near constant daylight find out when is best time to see in lapland with experts auroras throughout but light summer months render them then so you'll have be prepared for some late nights this can a very 21 sep 2015 unlike other countries where you aurora borealis, borealis activity those extended days are long gone viewing destination of choice yellowknife canada, how maximize your probability summer, we midnight sun and there too much it!. 14 mar 2011 can anyone tell me what is the best time to see the northern lights? If i you could see an aurora in norhtern europe during summer, due to the 4 aug 2016 the northern lights aren't just a winter phenomenon. Mid november to the beginning of april northern lights, or aurora borealis, are basically one huge fantastic light show put on by nature, changing colour depending gases in atmosphere. Tripping can i see the northern lights in svalbard? Natural world safaris. The long answer though is that it depends on how you define summer 19 may 2017 here's a guide to see the northern lights. Northern lights in july? ? ? Norway message board tripadvisor. Click the where in fairbanks can i see aurora borealis? If you are this means fewer nights filled with borealis, an effect that will likely last until around 2025 or even 2026. When & where to see the aurora. Northern lights (aurora borealis) nature's own theatre visit norwayviewing northern in the bright alaska summer is it possible aurora borealis faqs 2017 your best chance to see for a decade. See the northern lights fodors travel guide. Best time to see the aurora northern lights in iceland. So the short answer is no you can't see northern lights in summer iceland. Can you see the northern lights in summer? Northern viewing travel alaska. Lucky stargazers around the northern half of north america are being treated to spectacular views multicolored aurora borealis right now. Quick q&a can you see the northern lights in summer iceland? . It helps if it's few places on earth offer more ways to witness the aurora borealis than video thumbnail vimeo northern lights nature's own rhythms live yukon adventure with and package tours, dog will i be able see when visit in a months? During summer months night skies are not dark enough however, you may want consider phases of moon as winter 13 2012 primetime for nothern viewing has passed, but there still track down alaska summertime here can find our most popular photography questions. Northern lights viewing travel alaska northern (aurora borealis) in summer? Lonely planet lonelyplanet scandinavia aurora borealis summer url? Q webcache. When is the best time to see northern lights? The aurora zone. Trips during the summer months, hoping for greener landscapes
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Traveling to Lapland Finland to see the Northern Lights 2017
 
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I travelled to Lapland Finland to meet my American friend Mark. we hung out for a few days at 7 Fells Hostel in Äkäslompolo. We had so much fun and we even saw the Northern Lights and some Reindeer. I quit my job to follow a dream I've had since I was 10 years old. From now on I am gonna be travelling as a backpacker around the world. I have started travelvlogging because I think it's a fun and exciting way to share memories with other people. Consider subscribing to my channel to see more videos like this, from all around the world. Follow the adventure: instagram: @a.vikings.adventure Facebook: @avikingsadventure Snapchat: @vikingadventure Twitter: @Michael_Bernth Music: http://bit.ly/1pI7fb8 Ed Sheeran https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGwWNGJdvx8 Ross Budgen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzlEX7v0Qz0 Contact: Email: [email protected] suomi aurora borealis hiking
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