Northern lights has been studied since the beginning of 1800 in Sodankylä area. Work is continued nowadays by Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory run by Oulu University. In the auroal zone the northern lights are an everyday phenomenon. From a scientific point of view, it can well be claimed that there is an aurora every night, but some of the occurrences are so faint that most people hardly notice them.
From the tourists' point of view, however, it is hardly an exaggeration to say that we can see the northern lights at least every other clear night.
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