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That night, I stay up late in hope of catching them from Kirkwall, but the sky is one massive storm cloud. The next morning, I board a tiny plane to North Ronaldsay, the northernmost island, and one of the most remote. Just look at the airport, pictured above. Sixty or so people live here, and they are sorely outnumbered by sheep. The lack of light pollution makes it a great spot for trying to catch the aurora borealis.

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