Whenever I tried to explain the phenomenon to people arround me, it always sounded very remote from the experience these lights had immersed myself.
To nourish my project, I had to plan a trip to the most northern cities of Scandinavia in order to chase the auroras again, before they would disappear with the light of spring.
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In this area, the nights are getting shorter extremely rapidly between mid-January and mid-May.
The sun never rises in the winter, and never sets in the summer. Auroras are usually visible until mid-March.
In five days, the trip was «planned». 10 days and 10 nights in the most northern Scandinavia cities:
Tromso(69 °), Narvik(68 °), Abisko(68 °) and Kiruna(67 °).