Have you ever seen an aurora?
I haven’t. Well, not really; twice in my life I’ve seen a dull glow on the northern horizon, but seeing a full-blown shimmering curtain of light sweeping down from the heavens is still something that’s — hopefully — still in my future.
Part of the problem is my location. And no, I don’t mean Colorado, though we’re just far enough south that it’s really rare to see one here.
What I mean is Earth. Yeah, we get our skies lighting up near the poles every now and again, but if you really want to see an aurora, you need to move a bit farther away from Colorado than that. Like, say, Saturn.
Or, you could save yourself a billion kilometers or so and just let Hubble spy the ringed planet for you, because it has an excellent view when Saturn lights up: