posted on Jan, 5 2017 @ 09:56 AM
a reply to: Look2theSacredHeart
In the summer months, the north glows turquoise blue every nite. It's always to bright to see the northern lights in the summer, unless they're right
They're nice on a clear winter night.
I live about 50 km away from a city south, and one to the north, I see a pinkish slight glow from the south, the place to the north is in a bit of a
valley, I don't see it at all. Although it's spread out more sparsely so there would be less light pollution there 🤔
If you don't see the glow every night, maybe it is the auroras when you do see it
I'm about 54 degrees north.