Witness the majestic Canadian northern lights via livestream (VIDEO)

Apr 6 2020, 11:29 am

The world is full of breathtaking and awe-inspiring natural beauty, one of the most noteworthy and famous being the astonishing sight of the northern lights.

Now, viewers can indulge in this magical vision without compromising their self-isolation or social and physical distancing.

Multimedia company explore, in association with the Churchill Northern Studies Centre in Churchill, Manitoba, is providing a livestream feed of the northern lights phenomenon with a camera situated directly beneath the aurora oval.

This location is “one of the best places on earth to watch the aurora borealis, the spectacular atmospheric phenomenon, better known as the Northern Lights,” the website explains.

While it may be a bummer being required to stay indoors just as the weather begins to turn to spring, it is actually perfect timing for you to witness this mystical wonder.

“Late winter and early spring are the best times for the aurora,” the site continues.

Along with a comment section that allows users to interact with one another, the website also answers frequently asked questions regarding aurora borealis, such as what the northern lights are, what causes them, why the lights are different colours, and why they are only visible at night.

If you would like to brighten up your quarantine and witness one of the most magical naturally occurring events in nature, we highly recommend dimming the lights in your home and turning on this captivating and engrossing northern lights livestream.