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Topic: Northern Lights
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Ketje

1/10/2017 10:36:25 PM
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Oct 2016
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Northern Lights

Hi,  
 
What is a good place/spot in the greater Brandon area to see the Northern Lights? In Brandon itself there is too much light pollution. I don't mind driving half an hour or so.  
 
Thanks.

Axes_Up

1/10/2017 10:50:41 PM
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Jul 2015
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I always found across from the airport basically

Marpet

1/11/2017 5:07:43 AM
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Jun 2007
Total posts:512
Head North

You shouldn't have to go to far. 15-20 minutes. Just really ned to get the lights behind you. Only open field will do.  
 
http://www.softservenews.com/ is a good resource for forecasting.

loeog

1/11/2017 5:50:16 PM
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Mar 2009
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If the lights are high enough,

 
 
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