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Scotland's most authentic mystery

The Loch Ness monster is Scotland's most enduring mystery, however the Northern Lights "Aurora Borealis"...the name of a light phenomenon often seen in the more northern regions of Scotland is "the most authentic mystery", Because with good timing you are certain to see them annually during the crisp clear winter months early spring and late Autumn months. The lights have been around since the Earth formed an atmosphere, the Dinosaurs saw them, early humans saw them and our descendants will also see them.

The scientific name for the phenomenon is "Aurora Borealis", the Aurora for short. We are currently within a maximum solar cycle peak forecast promising the chance of extra special light shows

Panorama of the Northern Lights in Northern Scotland taken February 2014
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The amazing Northern Lights in Scotland

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What Causes the Northern lights

Auroral mechanism Auroras are now known to be caused by the collision of charged particles (e.g. electrons), found in the magnetosphere, with atoms in the Earth's upper atmosphere (at altitudes above 80 km) These charged particles are typically energized to levels between 1 thousand and 15 thousand electronvolts and as they collide with atoms of gases in the atmosphere, the atoms become energized. Shortly afterwards, the atoms emit their gained energy as light (see Fluorescence).

Light emitted by the Aurora tends to be dominated by emissions from atomic oxygen, resulting in a greenish glow (at a wavelength of 557.7 nm) and - especially at lower energy levels and at higher altitudes - the dark-red glow (at 630.0 nm of wavelength). Both of these represent forbidden transitions of electrons of atomic oxygen that, in absence of newer collisions, persist for a long time and account for the slow brightening and fading (0.5-1 s) of auroral rays. Many other colors - especially those emitted by atomic and molecular nitrogen (blue and purple, respectively) - can also be observed. These, however, vary much faster and reveal the true dynamic nature of auroras.

As well as visible light, auroras emit infrared (NIR and IR) and ultraviolet (UV) rays as well as X-rays (e.g. as observed by the Polar spacecraft). While the visible light emissions of auroras can easily be seen on Earth, the UV and X-ray emissions are best seen from space, as the Earth's atmosphere tends to absorb and attenuate these emissions.

What do the Northern lights look like?

Typically the aurora appears either as a diffuse glow or as "curtains" that approximately extend in the east-west direction. At some times, they form "quiet arcs"; at others ("active aurora"), they evolve and change constantly. Each curtain consists of many parallel rays, each lined up with the local direction of the magnetic field lines, suggesting that aurora is shaped by the earth's magnetic field. Indeed, satellites show auroral electrons to be guided by magnetic field lines, spiraling around them while moving earthwards. The earth is constantly immersed in the solar wind, a rarefied flow of hot plasma (gas of free electrons and positive ions) emitted by the sun in all directions, a result of the million-degree heat of the sun's outermost layer, the solar corona
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The solar wind usually reaches Earth with a velocity around 400 km/s, density around 5 ions/cc and magnetic field intensity around 2-5 nT (nanoteslas; the earth's surface field is typically 30,000-50,000 nT). These are typical values. During magnetic storms, in particular, flows can be several times faster; the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) may also be much stronger. The IMF originates on the sun, related to the field of sunspots, and its field lines (lines of force) are dragged out by the solar wind. That alone would tend to line them up in the sun-earth direction, but the rotation of the sun skews them (at Earth) by about 45 degrees, so that field lines passing Earth may actually start near the western edge ("limb") of the visible sun a numerical simulation of the solar wind illustrates that: Solar wind forecast.

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The Far North of Scotland has the same latitude as Moscow (Russia) and Stavenger (Norway) but is more easily accessible. It's advantage of Northern latitude along with the complete absence of street lamps mean regular sightings of the Northern lights "Aurora Borealis" With good timing you have a chance of experiencing one of the world's most magnificent natural phenomena: the Northern Lights. The Northern night sky dancing with red, yellow, green, blue and violet streamers, arcs and rays. The best time to see the Northern lights are the crisp, clear winter nights from September through to April between 10 pm and 3 am

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Some images of the amazing Northern Lights in Scotland January and March 2012

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What Causes the Northern lights

The earth's magnetosphere is the space region dominated by its magnetic field. It forms an obstacle in the path of the solar wind, causing it to be diverted around it, at a distance of about 70,000 km (before it reaches that boundary, typically 12,000-15,000 km upstream, a bow shock forms). The width of the magnetospheric obstacle, abreast of Earth, is typically 190,000 km, and on the night side a long "magnetotail" of stretched field lines extends to great distances.When the solar wind is perturbed, it easily transfers energy and material into the magnetosphere. The electrons and ions in the magnetosphere that are thus energized move along the magnetic field lines to the polar regions of the atmosphere causing the aurora. The aurora is a common occurrence in the ring-shaped zone. It is occasionally seen in temperate latitudes, when a strong magnetic storm temporarily expands the auroral oval. Large magnetic storms are most common during the peak of the eleven-year sunspot cycle or during the three years after that peak. However, within the auroral zone the likelihood of an aurora occurring depends mostly on the slant of IMF lines (known as Bz, pronounced "bee-sub-zed" or "bee-sub-zee"), being greater with southward slants.

Geomagnetic storms that ignite auroras actually happen more often during the months around the equinoxes. It is not well understood why geomagnetic storms are tied to the earth's seasons when polar activity is not. It is known, however, that during spring and autumn, the earth's and the interplanetary magnetic field link up. At the magnetopause, Earth's magnetic field points north. When Bz becomes large and negative (i.e., the IMF tilts south), it can partially cancel Earth's magnetic field at the point of contact. South-pointing Bz's open a door through which energy from the solar wind can reach Earth's inner magnetosphere.
Aurora australis (September 11, 2005) as captured by NASA's IMAGE satellite, digitally overlaid onto the Blue Marble composite image.

The peaking of Bz during this time is a result of geometry. The interplanetary magnetic field comes from the sun and is carried outward the solar wind. Because the sun rotates the IMF has a spiral shape. Earth's magnetic dipole axis is most closely aligned with the Parker spiral in April and October. As a result, southward (and northward) excursions of Bz are greatest then.

However, Bz is not the only influence on geomagnetic activity. The Sun's rotation axis is tilted 8 degrees with respect to the plane of Earth's orbit. Because the solar wind blows more rapidly from the sun's poles than from its equator, the average speed of particles buffeting Earth's magnetosphere waxes and wanes every six months. The solar wind speed is greatest -- by about 50 km/s, on average -- around September 5 and March 5 when Earth lies at its highest heliographic latitude.

Still, neither Bz nor the solar wind can fully explain the seasonal behavior of geomagnetic storms. Those factors together contribute only about one-third of the observed semiannual variation.

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Northern Highlands Self Catering Cottage Accommodation guide

Luxury crofters cottage, remote, detached, and easily accessible even in the winter offering you total "comfort and relaxation" while enjoying spectacular views of the Pentland Firth, the Isles of Orkney, Soy and Scapa Flow... and once a month on average the famous and mysterious Northern lights!! Far North Cottage Dunnet Head nr John O'Groats Far North Cottage 4

REMOTE

COTTAGE

SLEEPS 6

TRADITIONAL DETACHED

SEASIDE

LOCATION

BEDDING / TOWELS WIFI
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD CD

SAUNA

DISHWASHER

WASHER DRYER

PUB / INN

within 3 miles

NO SMOKING FRIDGE / FREEZER WOOD / COAL STOVE

2 X JACUZZI

BATHROOMS

AURORA VIEWING

CONSERVATORY

4

Luxury crofters cottage Remote, Detached, Conservatory, Jacuzzi bath, Sauna, Full Central Heating, Open fire and WIFI. Enclosed garden and easily accessible by car, or public transport even in the winter. Offering fantastic elevated sea views and...and maybe a wee glimpse of the famous and mysterious Northern lights!

Sea View Detached Cottage Northern Highlands

Sea View Navidale 25

REMOTE

COTTAGE

SLEEPS 6 WIFI

TRADITIONAL DETACHED

SEASIDE

LOCATION

BEDDING / TOWELS
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD CD

DISHWASHER

SAUNA

WASHER DRYER

PUB / INN

within 1 miles

NO SMOKING FRIDGE / FREEZER

OPEN FIRE

JACUZZI

2 x TOILETS,

BATHROOMS

AURORA VIEWING

CONSERVATORY

25
Luxurious crofters cottage located North West Isle of Skye on the spectacular Waternish peninsular. Offering you cosy accommodation and breathtaking unrestricted views of Loch Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the Inner and Outer Hebrides Islands.and maybe a wee glimsp of the famous, mysterious Northern lights Sea View Cottage Isle of Skye Rowantree Cottage 11

REMOTE

COTTAGE

SLEEPS 4 TO 6 TRADITIONAL DETACHED

ISLAND

LOCATION

BEDDING / TOWELS
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD CD

WASHER / DRYER

WIFI PUB / INN NEARBY
NO SMOKING FRIDGE / FREEZER WOOD / COAL STOVE JACUZZI

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Log Cabins situated within working farmland, surrounded by Idyllic Scottish countryside. Offering a remote feel yet close to the Moray Firth's Finest Beaches and picture postcard villages. at 600feet above Sea Level the Log Cabins enjoy magnificent Sea Views over the Moray Firth and Highlands of Scotland. Sea View Log Cabins Moray Firth

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2 X Log

Cabins

SLEEPS up to 5 Scandinavian Style

Remote Countryside

BEDDING and TOWELS
NO PETS

TV / DVD /

CD

Car Needed

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NO SMOKING FRIDGE / ICE BOX

Elevated Clear views

8

Beautiful detached shoreside cottage in Whitehills sea views from most of the windows. The cottage has full central heating and satellite television. There are spectacular views of the sea from the lounge. The comfy chairs are placed around the feature original Victorian fireplace. Seaside Cottage Aberdeenshire, Moray Firth

Shore Cottage Whitehills 93

TRADITIONAL COTTAGE

SLEEPS UP TO 6

DETACHED

Sea Front

Location

Bedding / Towels
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD / CD TUMBLE DRYER WASHING MACHINE PUB / INN within 1 miles
NO SMOKING Open Fire

Central Heating

Fridge / Freezer Garden
93

A Luxury detached self catering cottage offering you total peace and tranquillity, set in a wildlife haven of outstanding beauty on the North coast of Scotland. Treat yourselves to a great value extra special holiday of relaxation, sightseeing, walking, fishing, golfing, bird watching and much more and once a month on average the famous and mysterious Northern lights!! Self Catering Sutherland Kyle of Tongue

Beechwood 3
BUNGALOW SLEEPS 6 TRADITIONAL DETACHED

SEASIDE

LOCATION

BEDDING

TOWELS

NO PETS TV / DVD / CD TUMBLE DRYER WASHING MACHINE PUB / INN NEARBY

NO

SMOKING

FRIDGE / ICEBOX Enclosed Garden Off road Parking
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A beautiful Luxury detached bungalow just 80 yards from the

seashore with private beach access located in the quiet

crofting community of Melvaig, near Gairloch. Offering a chance to see the Northern Lights during the Autumn and Winter months along with stunning sunsets and stary skies.

The cottage offers stunning views of Skye and the Western Isles See Aurora Borealis Scotland West Coast

Melvaig 69
Cottage SLEEPS 4 Detached

Shoreside

Location

BEDDING / TOWELS
Pet Friendly Freeview TV DVD

Payphone in Lounge

Washer Dryer

Fridge Freezer

Ramp access wide doorways for wheelchairs

No Smoking

Clear Sky Sea Views Full double Glazing Oil central heating Village facilities & Pubs 3 miles
Melvaig 69

Cullen Cottage is situated within the Seatown and is a short walk from the harbourand a long sandy beach is directly across the road from the cottage. The cottage has stunning views of the Moray coastline from both upper bedrooms.and maybe a wee glimsp of the famous, mysterious Northern lights Seaside Cottage Cullen Moray North

Cullen 31

Traditional Cottage

SLEEPS 6

Detached

Seafront Front Location

Bedding / Towels
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD / CD Washer / Dryer PUB / INN within 1 miles
NO SMOKING Gas Central Heating

Wood Burner

Fridge / Freezer
Cullen 31

A beautiful cottage so close to the sea you actually feel

within it. Whale Cottage sits gable end onto the sea wall and

at high tide the waves lap within feet of the cottage. There

are sea views from most rooms and if you are lucky the odd passing whale or dolphin and a wee glimsp of the famous, mysterious Northern lights

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Whale 100

TRADITIONAL COTTAGE

SLEEPS 5 UP TO 7

DETACHED

Sea Front

Location

Bedding / Towels
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD / CD TUMBLE DRYER WASHING MACHINE PUB / INN within 1 miles
NO SMOKING Wood Coal / Stove

Central Heating

Fridge / Freezer
Whale 100

A beautiful Luxury detached Holiday Cottage with commanding Sea Views in the picture postcard village of Gardenstown. Crows Nest Cottage comfortably sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms and is the ideal venue for group self catering sky watchers and Northern Lights seekers ! Northern Lights Group Accommodation

Crows Nest 27

Tradditional Cottage

SLEEPS UP TO 9

Detached

Seaside

Location

Bedding / Towels
Pet Friendly TV / DVD / CD TUMBLE DRYER WASHING MACHINE PUB / INN within 1/2 mile
No Smoking

Spa Baths

2 x Bathrooms

WOOD BURNER FRIDGE / FREEZER OAK FLOORING
Crows Nest 27

Beautiful Shoreside Holiday Cottage, Gardenstown, Moray Firth. Named Soundwaves not only because of the sound of the waves outside the windows; but because of the worldwide hit Sailing sung by Rod Stewart was composed "inside this cottage" which enjoys uninterrupted sea views from every room Shoreside Holiday Cottage Moray

Soundwaves Cottage 106

TRADITIONAL COTTAGE

Sleeps up to 8

Semi-Detached

Sea Front

Location

Bedding and Towels
PET FRIENDLY TV / DVD / CD Open Fire and Stove WASHING MACHINE PUB / INN within 1 miles
NO SMOKING Wood Coal / Stove

Central Heating

Fridge / Freezer
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At 10pm on Wednesday 29th March on a crystal clear night

we saw the

"Northern Lights"

They were amazing. They lasted 45 minutes before the sky faded back to black. What a fantastic holiday! Thank you so much -we'd like to come back soon.

Paul, Anne, Lauri, Mark and Fergal

March 2011 is 2nd visit in 2 months ! Flew and stayed here in Jan

16th to 23rd and on the 18th January 2011 we saw the

"Northern Lights"

Started as a Glow over the Spinney then turned Yellow and Orange pulsating Lights. It was amazing, they returned at 9pm that evening and again at 1am next morning. Nothing this time but the night skies were still amazing. The full moon rose in the SE 9pm 22nd March and 10pm 23rd March - bright orange and so clear. We felt we could reach up and touch the stars, it was fantastic.

Keith and Kathy Clark, Warwickshire

Northern lights...further Links and Information Pages

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Links & Information

The Aurora Page Live up to date forecast and activity page Information, links and images about the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

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Northern Lights A photographic exhibition about the Northern Lights by the icelandic photographer Sigurdur H Stefnisson.

Aurora Wikipedia Comprehensive Guide to the Northern Lights, charting frequency of Occurrence, images, mechanism, Magnetry and Historical Significance

The Aurora Live up to date

forecast and activity page

The Aurora Page Information, links and images about the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

The amazing Northern Lights in Scotland January 2012

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Accommodation to see the Northern Lights

Best places to see the Northern lights in Scotland

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Far North Cottage Dunnet Head Most Northerley UK Point Sea View Cottage Northern Highlands most elevated view Isle of Skye Self Catering Cottage Far North Sunset Tip
Self Catering Dunnet Head Self Catering Northern Highlands Sea View Cottage Isle of Skye
Most Northerly detached Cottage and spectacular location Clear Northern Sea Sky views, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Stove (slp 2/6) Luxury detached Cottage with a remote feel Spectacular Clear Northern Sea Sky views, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Open Fire (slp 2/6) Magical location most Beautiful Sea Views Sunsets, WIFI, Clear Northern Skies, Jacuzzi, Stove easy Toll Free Road Bridge Access

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Melvaig 69 Sea View Cabin 8 Whale Cottage Ref 100 Crows Nest Ref 27

7 nights Luxury Cottage rental from just 305.00

Total Cost of hire for 7 nights from just 250.00

Total Cost of hire for 7 nights from just 300.00

Total Cost of hire for 7 Nights from just 450.00

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Self Catering North Coast | Remote detached Cottage sleeps 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, En Suite, Sauna, Conservatory, Best place to see the Northern Lights
Self Catering Sutherland | Quality detached Cottage, Far North Scottish location Sleeps 6
Isle of Skye Cottage Accommodation | Sleeps up to 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, Conservatory, Spectacular Northern views
Sea Front Cottage Harbour views | Beautiful Waters edge Cottage Moray Firth, sleeps 2, Open Fire Spectcular Northern Views
Isle of Rona Holiday Cottages | Remote Scottish Island, beautiful peaceful hideaway, no cars, no shops, no pubs, sleeps 2 and 4 clear Northern Skies
Sea View Cottage Northern Highlands | Luxury Remote Detached Open Fire, Conservatory, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Sleeps 6. Great Northern Views
Isle of Skye Self Catering Cottage | Remote location great Northern views sleeps up to 4
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See Aurora Borealis Scotland | Remote Luxury detached Cottage, Ross shire, Fantastic views of the Northern Skies
Sea View Cottage Northern Highlands | Luxury Remote Detached Open Fire, Conservatory, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Sleeps 6. Great Northern Views
Self Catering Dunnet Head | Best place to see Puffins, Dunnet Head Remote detached Cottage sleeps 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, En Suite, Sauna, Conservatory
Far North Cottage Dunnet Head | Remote detached Cottage sleeps 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, En Suite, Sauna, Conservatory, Best place to see the Northern Lights
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Seaview Log Cabins | Idyllic Countryside setting, Stunning Sea Views of Moray Firth, Sleeps 4 and 5
Isle of Skye Self Catering Crofters Cottage | Sleeps up to 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, Conservatory, Spectacular Northern views
Sea View Cottage Moray Firth | Sleeps 7 lovely Northern Views, Stove, Pub near
Scottish Sea View Cottage Moray Firth | Sleeps 7, Open Fire, close to sea, Pub near. Fantastic Northerley views
Isle of Skye Self Catering Crofters Cottage | Sleeps up to 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, Conservatory, Spectacular Northern views
Sea View Cottage Moray Firth | Located in a Beautiful Conservation Harbour Village, Sleeps 6, Stove
Highland Log Cabins | Remote Scottish Highland location, Wood Stoves, Central Heating, Great Northerley views of clear skies
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Self Catering Sutherland | Quality detached Cottage, Far North Scottish location Sleeps 6
Seaside Cottage Aberdeenshire Moray Firth | Sleeps 6, open fire, Pub, shops and Beach near, Northern views
Remote Detached Scottish Cottage | Luxury Remote Detached Open Fire, Conservatory, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Sleeps 6. Great Northern Views
Mountain View Cottage | Remote Detached Ross shire, sleeps 6, clear Northern skies
Log Cabin with Private Hot Tub | Sleeps up to 4 people Remore location, clear sky views from the Hot Tub |
Isle of Skye Self Catering | Loch Bay Cottage Sleeps up to 6, Stove, Jacuzzi bath, Conservatory, Spectacular Sea Views
Scottish Sea View Cottage | Waters edge location, Moray Firth, Best place to see Whales and Dolphins, Sleeps up 7, Village, Pubs Sandy Beaches near
Northern Lights Group Accommodation | Perfect for large Groups and Familes, Luxury Detached Cottage Sleeps up to 8 people
Remote Highland Country Cottage | A beautiful Rustic Scottish Cottage, Piping Hot Spring Water, Open Fire, Stove, NO MAINS ELECTRICITY, Sleeps up to 5 people
Isle of Rona Holiday Cottages | Remote Scottish Island, beautiful peaceful hideaway, no cars, no shops, no pubs, sleeps 2 and 4
Self Catering Ullapool Wester Ross | Spectacular Loch Views, rural location, Chalets and Cabins, Sleeps 2 or 6
Highland Log Cabins Inverness | Luxury Mountain Log Cabins near Inverness, Rural location, Stoves, Central Heating, Sleeps 6
Seaview Log Cabins | Idyllic Countryside setting, Stunning Sea Views of Moray Firth, Sleeps 4 and 5
Mountain View Cottage | Luxury Detached Cottage, Spectacular Mountain Views, Rural location, Sleeps 6
See Aurora Borealis Scotland | Luxury detached Cottage, Ross shire, Sea Views, Beach, chance to see the Northern Lights, Sleeps 4