At the Edge of the Solar Storm

At the Edge of the Solar Storm

January 2, 2017

Northern lights (auroras) can only be seen on a clear, dark and cloudless night, almost year-round (excluding June and July when the nights are too bright)…

“Before setteling down in Denmark, I, like most Danes, had no idea that one could possibly witness the northern lights. In 2015, as I was on the Ordrup beach in the northwest of Zealand (Sjælland), I was out taking pictures of the milky way on a clear night. My camera was facing east/north-east and I noticed an usual purple color in the upper left-hand corner of my frame. As I tried to investigate further, taking several shots in different directions, I was stunned by these green and purple sort of curtains. ‘It couldn’t possibly be…’ I thought.”



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