The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are a natural light display in the Earth's sky that occur in the polar regions.

The most common colors of the Northern Lights are green and yellow, but they can also appear in shades of red, blue, and purple.

The best time to see the Northern Lights is during the winter months when the nights are long and dark in the polar regions.

The Northern Lights can be seen in several countries, including Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Canada, Alaska and also in antarctica.

The Northern Lights can sometimes be heard as well as seen, producing a crackling or hissing sound.

The intensity of the Northern Lights varies, and they can range from a faint glow to a bright and dramatic display.

The Northern Lights have been the subject of myth and legend for centuries, and have been interpreted as everything from spirits of the dead to the gods themselves.

Watching the Northern Lights is an awe-inspiring experience that draws visitors from around the world to the polar regions to witness this natural wonder.