Radio Astronomy sits down with tom kerss to discuss "how to see the northern lights" in a well rounded and informative discussion.
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When the nights become longer and the temperature begin to dip we have an increased chance of viewing of northern lights. To get you into the northern lights mindset we have a found a short, but informative podcast. This podcast covers a huge amount of information in a short period of time and is a go-to aurora podcast for anyone interested in learning about or brushing up on the northern lights.
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As much fun as learning about the aurora borealis is, seeing it in person really takes the cake. With a dedicated season to northern lights' viewing we have left nothing out. Guests have the chance to visit different locations, participate in fun and educational day time activities and all of our trips get the chance to dine at Dan's Diner!
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You can find How To See the Northern Lights as well as many other episodes through Radio Astronomy or you can find them on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and most other podcast providers. Check out our very own podcast playlist, with all our podcast recommendations.
Ready to soar to new heights? Click below to learn about the northern lights adventures offered by Frontiers North.
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