Northern lights seen across Sweden over the weekend

People watch northern lights, aurora borealis, in central Stockholm, on February 27, 2023. (Ali Lorestani / TT News Agency / AFP via Getty Images)
  • There’s a good chance to see the northern lights in Sweden at the moment, even in the south.
  • There’s a lot of solar activity right now, which causes the dazzling views.
  • Researchers say to head out where it’s really dark, dress warm and be patient.
Radio Sweden

For more on this week’s spectacular northern lights, listen to Radio Sweden’s full report

Related stories from around the North: 

Canada: What are the northern lights?, CBC News

Finland: Finland sees spectacular Northern Lights show on Sunday, more promised on Monday, Yle News

Greenland: Evidence of powerful solar storm which occurred 2,600 years ago found in Greenland ice, CBC News

Norway: NASA and Norway to develop observation station in Arctic, The Independent Barents Observer

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