When gaseous charged particles are collisions with Earth’s atmosphere northern lights are create. These particles are released from the sun’s atmosphere. ‘Aurora borealis’ or Northern Lights mean ‘dawn of the north’. Northern light speed depends on the position of the sun, as well as the acceleration speed of these particles Earth’s atmosphere.
Highest chance to see the Perfect Northern Lights Experience, Alaskan part, and northern areas of Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Northern Norway, Sweden and Finland find in the auroral oval area.
Collisions of gaseous particles activity are not regular so, the northern lights are clearly visible from December to march the middle of northern winter. Usually it occurs between 90km and 130 km above sea level in the forms of rays. Lights produced by oxygen molecules, extend to several hundred kilometres up to 20 miles.
Mostly colours of Northern Lights are pink, green, yellow, blue, violet, and occasionally orange and white. Apart from that when the particles bump with oxygen they generate yellow and green colour light. Interactions with nitrogen create red, violet, and occasionally blue.