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Aurora

by Tatsuhiko H.
(Tokyo, Japan)

The location of Scotland is north of England. There are some people who think they can't see the aurora. However, on 22 January 2012, people who live there could see it. It was because the sun became more active than before.

We can only see the aurora between 60-85 degrees north latitude usually. Therefore, this season is best to see the aurora from famous sightseeing places like England or Napoli, Italy.

It will continue for a couple of years, so if I have a chance to go to England by exchange program, I want to make time to go north and see the aurora.

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