In this unprecedented period of confinement, we have an even greater desire to travel, to escape from our daily lives. That’s why we wanted to offer you a heavenly trip to the land of the Northern Lights without leaving your home !
Watch the northern lights live.
No matter where you live, in the country or in the big city, it is now possible to observe the Northern Lights without being near the North Pole. And that’s good, because right now we’re not lucky enough to be able to travel.
Thanks to explore.org, you’ll be able to sit comfortably on your couch and see the Northern Lights in Canada live. A camera installed at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in the Manitoba region provides a live view of the Canadian sky and thus the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful celestial spectacles.
The magic of the northern lights.
The northern hemisphere is generally the most likely time to see the aurora borealis, especially at night between 8:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. from October to April.
Indeed, these strange coloured clouds, green, pink or purple are a phenomenon resulting from the collision between particles emitted by the Sun and those of nitrogen or oxygen emitted by the Earth. With the jetlag, we advise you to land between 6 and 8 am to have the chance to witness this fabulous spectacle that nature offers us. For the late risers, all is not lost, you can still see reruns of the best moments on their website.