Looking at these photos, you will understand why the aurora is hunted

Aurora is an interesting light phenomenon on the dream list seen once in many people's lives.

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Unique light, or aurora, occurs when particles charged in the solar wind hit the earth's atmosphere. This phenomenon often appears in the sky of the South and the North Pole of the earth, where the magnetic field is weak. Photo: CNTraveler.
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Aurora may appear in many colors, but light green and pink are the most common colors. Visitors can see bright red, yellow, blue or purple bands when observing this phenomenon. Photo: Nulab.
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Light blue is produced by oxygen molecules at a height of 95 km above the ground, red is more rare, due to oxygen molecules at altitudes of more than 300 km. Blue or violet aurora is produced from nitrogen gas. Photo: IDN Times.

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The aurora has a variety of shapes, from continuation lines, silk strip to straight rays, giving the sky a glorious light show. The light of the aurora can spread up to 80 km and is located at an altitude of 640 km above the earth's surface. Photo: Arctic Kingdom.
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Scientists found that in most cases, the Arctic and Antarctic aurora were like "twins", taking place at the same time, with similar colors and shapes. Photo: Afar.
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This phenomenon takes place at the two ends of the pole. In it, the Arctic aurora might be seen in New Orleans, part of the western hemisphere. Photo: Daily Mail.
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The most ideal place to "hunt" aurora is the areas of northwest Canada such as Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Alaska (USA). Photo: Narcity.
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These light displays can also be seen on the southern tip of Greenland and Iceland, the north coast of Norway and on the waters of northern Siberia. Photo: Travelandleisure.
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It is rare to see the South Aurora due to the bright bands concentrated in a circle around the Antarctic and southern Indian Ocean. Winter in the north is often the ideal time to catch and see the aurora. The clear midnight sky is a great backdrop for you to admire dancing lights. Photo: Travelandleisure.
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Many cultures associate the emergence of aurora with gods, the soul of the dead. The tribe of Menominee in Wisconsin (USA) believed that they were home to giants, hunter souls and great fishermen. The Inuit (Alaska, USA) thinks it is the soul of the animals they hunt. Photo: Toucharger.

Looking at these photos, you will understand why the aurora is hunted Looking at these photos, you will understand why the aurora is hunted Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on August 25, 2019 Rating: 5

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