Watch the Northern Lights live stream from Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Had to postpone his last travel? At this point, the recommendation of social distance in times of a pandemic is very necessary. With parks and other enclosed places throughout Brazil, staying at home is the best and only way to delay the spread of the new coronavirus in our country.

Anyone who was taken by surprise during a trip had to return earlier than expected. Some were even stranded at airports in other countries that closed their borders. At international travel for some people became a moment of tension, but isolation was necessary.

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However, this isolation will allow you to admire one of nature's most magical phenomena in real time: the aurora borealis. That's because the sites, in partnership with Polar Bears International, is live streaming the so-called Northern Lights from Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

The camera is located in a point considered the best to admire the aurora, being possible to be dazzled by its lights in shades of green that emerge and dance in the sky. According to the website, the phenomenon occurs year-round in the region, however, late winter and early spring in the northern hemisphere are the best seasons to see the lights. So March is a perfect month to admire them.

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Aurora Borealis in live stream. Photo: Reproduction /

It's worth tuning in during the darkest hours of the night, which are usually from 11pm to 5am (Brazil time). But you don't have to wait all the time for the right moment to admire the phenomenon: the feed selects some highlights with the best moments recorded throughout the day.

So, Click here to see the aurora borealis right now directly from your home.

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