The Fascinating Science of the Northern Lights

By Abigail Collins | Blog, Iceland Holidays | Posted 17 Apr 2015

  Our Northern Lights holidays enable anyone to experience the world's most incredible naturally occurring phenomenon up close and personal. But not everyone understands the science behind the spectacular lightshow. What is it, where do the colours come from and just what causes the mesmerising dancing effect of the lights? Find out a little more here.

About Abigail Collins

Abigail has spent 20 years in Marketing and Product Development, and over 25 years avidly travelling around the globe. New experiences are her passion and as a result her travel has been as varied as partying at the Carnival in Brazil, Hiking in the Yukon, diving in the Cocos Islands and living with an Aboriginal community in Australia.

Creating unique new breaks with new experiences is her forte!

As a result of her experience in travel Abigail has worked on some of the more unusual or long haul breaks such as Jordan, Slovenia, India, Istanbul and Iceland.

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