Aurora Borealis. Yes. The colorful lights in the sky. Just one of God’s many surprising creations.
Aurora, such an alluring name, after all, it is latin for the Roman goddess of dawn and sunrise. But, aside from its name, there are so many fascinating facts about this greenish sometimes blue and red skylights. Did you know you could find these colors on Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune, too!? Well, yes, it’s true! Let’s go to space to see them.
Okay, okay. Let’s slow down a bit.
If you want to see these lights without leaving earth, the best places would be north America or Europe. And according to Service Borealis, these Aurora Borealis collisions between electrically charged particles released from the sun that enter the earth’s atmosphere and collide with gasses such as oxygen and nitrogen.