My dream is to see this wonder of nature!
We have two types of Aurora, Borealis which is from the North, and Austrailis is coming to South.
Many people see this beautiful phenomenon and does not know exactly how it happens.
In the polar regions of the Earth, we have meetings of electrons coming from the dust with the solar magnetic field that emits photons causing auroras.
The most common have yellowish-green color and occur at a height of 90 at 150 km.
They can be seen both in winter and in summer, but they are only visible at night.
There is a higher probability of seeing auroras in the months of September, October, February and March, and are usually best seen at 21 hours.
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Por: Ane Charon