1: The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, can be seen in the northern hemisphere.

2: To witness this stunning light display, head to Arctic regions like Alaska or Norway.

3: However, the Southern Hemisphere also has its own version called the Aurora Australis.

4: The auroras are caused by solar particles colliding with the Earth’s atmosphere.

5: The best time to see the auroras is during winter months when nights are longer.

6: Clear, dark skies away from city lights are ideal for viewing the auroras.

7: Remember to dress warmly and be patient, as sightings are not guaranteed.

8: So, no, you don’t have to look north to see the aurora, but it helps!

9: Experience this magical phenomenon for yourself and create memories that will last a lifetime.