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Northern lights in Germany

Germany is a surprise but plausible European place to see the northern lights, with a huge stretch of shoreline near its northern border.


This weekend, a rare possibility to witness the Northern Lights exists across Germany

Dress warmly and pray for clear skies because the Northern Lights may be seen from Germany on Friday and Saturday nights.

„The Northern Lights might be seen as far south as Germany,“ said Jens Berdermann of the German Aerospace Center (DLR).

On Friday night, Berdermann anticipates the lights to be particularly apparent, though he cautions that it might be hit or miss. There were intense solar flares on Wednesday, according to DLR researchers. According to NASA, one of these flares was the most powerful in twelve years.

Powerful solar flares

These powerful solar flares are what allow the Northern Lights to be seen. The sun has also been quite active over the last several days, making it more probable to see the event in Germany when the sun is extremely active.

Large eruptions result from this activity, with massive volumes of electrically charged particles being launched into space. When charged particles emitted by flares collide with the Earth’s atmosphere, they appear as lights.

German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam

But, as Monika Korte of the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam explains, the visibility of the lights is also dependent on the orientation of the interplanetary magnetic field and how the particles reach the earth.

In addition, the German Weather Service (DWD) forecasts gloomy evenings throughout Germany in the next days, as well as rain in the country’s north.

However, there is reason to be optimistic about southern Bavaria. According to the DWD, clouds will barely cover a portion of the sky.

Northern Lights best seen 

The Northern Lights are best seen at a location with minimal light on the ground and a decent view to the north, as well as when the sky are clear. They may also be viewed from both the north and south poles of the globe. While lights in the arctic areas are frequently blue or purple, lights seen from central Europe are usually red. When electrons collide with nitrogen molecules, they light red and pink, and when they collide with oxygen molecules, they shine green.

Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis is best seen from a location with minimal light on the ground and a clear view to the north.