Tune in to watch nature's most spectacular show from the comfort of your couch. A live stream camera based at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in Manitoba in Canada broadcasts the Northern Lights. The camera was positioned directly under the aurora oval in February 2012 and has been streaming ever since. Although the Northern Lights occur year-round, late winter and early spring are believed to be the best seasons to catch them. You can watch the rare and stunning natural phenomenon on explore.org or even on Polar Bears International's website. You get the best view during the during the darkest hours of the night, which as per the Indian Standard Time is between 7:30 AM and 1:30 PM.