The aurora borealis is always present just as the stars are always present, but it requires the correct weather, season, and lighting conditions to become visible. The aurora which occurs in the south is referred to as the “aurora australis”. The aurora occurs because the sun shoots out solar wind, a constant flow of charges particles which the sun emits into space. Most of these particles are electrons and protons. When this shower of particles hits the Earth’s magnetic field, the field is dent...
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