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Great Aurors prance across Saturn's North Pole in stunning new photos

Saturn, whose atmosphere consists mainly of hydrogen, is different. When interacting with particles in the solar wind, hydrogen molecules produce ultraviolet light that is invisible to the naked eye or ground-based telescopes because the Earth's atmosphere blocks most of the UV light. But Hubble can "see" ultraviolet light, and the 2017 scientists' observations showed that the stronger the solar wind, …

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A new study has shown that the moons of Jupiter leave a footprint in the aurors of the planet

After spotting NASA's Juno spacecraft data, scientists discovered that Jupiter's Io and Ganymede moons left footprints in the planet's northern lights. An international group of scientists from Belgium, the US and Italy has published a new study. Jupiter's Io and Ganymede moons leave a noticeable amount of footprints in the planet's bright polar lights. While Earth has its own aurora, …

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