The spectacular Northern Lights – nature’s own light show – are solar winds that meet the atmosphere in a zone around the magnetic North Pole, forming arches, waves and curls of light moving across the sky, with sudden rays of light shooting down from space.
The Northern Lights are visible between October and March when the sky is clear, depending on the Northern Lights activity.
The best place to see the Northern Lights is in the Northern, Arctic parts of Norway. From time to time the Northern Lights are visible as far south as Trondheim, and in rare occations they might even show up in Oslo. READ MORE about See the Northern Lights in Norway
Source: fjordtravel.no / Norway Today