As solar wind approaches the Earth, it meets the Earth’s magnetic field. … In the ionosphere, the ions of the solar wind collide with atoms of oxygen and nitrogen from the Earth’s atmosphere. The energy released during these collisions causes a colorful glowing halo around the poles—an aurora.

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    As solar wind approaches the Earth, it meets the Earth’s magnetic discipline. … In the ionosphere, the ions of the solar wind collide with atoms of oxygen and nitrogen from the Earth’s ambiance. The energy released during these collisions causes a colorful glowing halo around the poles—an aurora.

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    nollsgame80
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    watsgowinon

    A giant “OHhhh! So, that’s what’s taking place “ second for me. Thanks for sharing.

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    dpahoe

    Um.. am I the one one involved about how the magnetic area is uneven after the wind passes? How does that have an effect on Earth? Will it return to regular? My OCD is kicking in..

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    rougekilldrone

    So I’m guessing the internal layers of the magnetosphere are a lot stronger than the outer layers?

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    Afraid_Asparagus_601

    A poem I wrote due to this, I Think:

    La luna Impaciente
    está presente,
    bajo este ardiente atardecer.
    Las translucidas nubes
    de inmóvil movimiento
    dibujan los colores
    del aura photo voltaic,
    sobre un fondo cielo azul.
    Para no caerse,
    el sol se aferra
    con uñas de alpinista
    a roca, que al precipicio,
    de esa cumbre,
    lentamente cae.

    ¿Qué se busca en ese vaivén?

    ¿Ser o no ser?

    ¿De qué sirve conocer a la silenciosa verdad?

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    kyle_the_butler

    When I first understood that the earth has a forcefield round it it blew my fucking thoughts.

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    outerspaceteatime

    Does anybody understand how lengthy it takes for the sphere to replenish itself?

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    K_Rocc

    Could you think about what a 4 wave photo voltaic wind would do? The 3 wave one virtually knocked out the left aspect of the sector..

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    theloosestofcannons

    it additionally makes our ionosphere reflective to radio waves, inflicting them to bounce off of it and head again towards earth at some angle of incidence.

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