If you want to see and see the Northern aurora Lights in the sky, you must go to Tromso, Norway. Tromso, known as the “Capital of the Northern Lights,” is the best place on the planet to see the Northern Lights.
How aurora lights are formed?
The solar wind collides with the Earth’s magnetic field as it approaches the planet. On such occasions like this, the ions of the solar wind clash with oxygen and nitrogen atoms, and the energy emitted through these collisions creates a vivid glowing effect that creates awesome patterns of auroras.
Many tourists are drawn to Tromso because of the amazing scenery appearing in the sky. The region is situated in the middle of the aurora field in the Norwegian Arctic.
Northern lights appear between 90 and 130 kilometers above earth’s surface, but light effects make it appear like they’re still falling to the ground. Tromso is a popular tourist destination year after year, with outstanding aurora viewing from September to April.