What's the aurora borealis forecast? An app to track northern lights


The Aurora Borealis seen over Tromsoe, Norway. Those who want to make sure they witness this spectacle in Scandanavia can now use the help of a special app. – dpa

So you want to see the northern lights? Experts will often tell you it's best to travel as far north as you can in the dark winter months to get good chances of witnessing this spectacle.

And yet even if you head to the northernmost points of Scandinavia or Alaska, there's no guarantee you'll get to see these lights – but there is help.

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