The Northern Lights that appeared on Mother's Day weekend broke the internet. The Northern Lights, which was visible in Colorado, was all over social media the following morning.

I am embarrassed to admit that I did not see the Northern Lights. I was not aware that they were going to appear, but I saw a bunch of great pictures on social media.

Here are some of the best pictures taken of the Northern Lights in Colorado.

If you missed the Northern Lights like I did you will have another chance to potentially see them.

Northern Lights Back in Colorado

Northern Lights is reportedly going to make another appearance on June 6th. Yes, Northern Lights are incredibly rare and we should not take this spectacular event for granted.

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June 6th happens to fall on a Thursday. So there will likely be fewer people gazing at the stars.

Here is what Emily Weaver said.

...the Northern Lights is truly a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon. But auspiciously, AR3664/AR13664 will be "Earth-facing" once again when the sun rotates on its axis on June 6. This will also conveniently align with June's new moon, setting the stage for another glorious light shower.

I am incredibly excited. Are you?

Best Way to See Northern Lights in Colorado

If you live in a city in Colorado with a high population you better be ready for an adventure if you want to see the Northern Lights.

My good friend Matt Sparx left his home in Johnstown and found open land. Here is a photo he took in Northern Colorado.

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So get ready for June 6th. We are sure it is going to be amazing.

4 Super Fun Facts About Northern Lights.

The Northern Lights put on quite the show when they do appear. Living in the Gem State, you will have the opportunity to see the brightest colors.

Here are four fun facts you may not know about the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).

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