<p class="MsoNormal"><br> Light from an aurora borealis swirls over Yellowknife, the capital of Canada's Northwest Territories. <b><a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/canada/yellowknife-and-great-slave-lake-northwest-territories/">Yellowknife</a></b> is a top global destination for aurora tourism—thousands of people come each year to this frostbitten location.</p>

Aurora Borealis, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories


Light from an aurora borealis swirls over Yellowknife, the capital of Canada's Northwest Territories. Yellowknife is a top global destination for aurora tourism—thousands of people come each year to this frostbitten location.

Photograph by Wayne Lynch, All Canada Photos

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