I’ve seen this phenomenon a few times over the past few years and it seems to happen around the holidays.
It’s one of the few things I know of where the light doesn’t just fade, it actually goes all the way through to dusk.
The Southern Lights are a spectacular light show in the night sky, but it also gives you a chance to catch a glimpse of the sun as it moves across the sky.
It usually happens during the winter months around Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year Day.
If you don’t get a chance for the show to end, you can catch a little glimpse of a sunset or a sunrise during the day.
This video shows the Southern Light as it passes over the Northern Hemisphere.
(YouTube/Battlestar Galactica) I’ve also seen it happen during the summer months.
I’m not sure how many people are experiencing the Southern Lighting phenomenon, but I’d say the number is probably in the hundreds.
If this phenomenon is real, and if it’s happening in your area, make sure to keep an eye out for the Southern light at night, as well.