We all have heard of the beauty of auroras. Many of us have even seen them! Well if you seen them you know how the look. It’s like magic of beauty. But the auroras form when charged particles emitted from the sun during a solar flare penetrate the earth’s magnetic shield and collide with atoms and molecules in our atmosphere. These collisions result in countless little bursts of light, called photons, which make up the aurora.
There are two types of auroras, Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis. Both are the same auroras and are mirror to each other! They both are equally beautiful and occur on the poles.