Aurora borealis: US scientists test policy on aurora borealis in lab for first time – BBC News

Aurora borealis: US scientists test policy on aurora borealis in lab for first time - BBC News

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Unpredictable northern lights

Northern lights (aurora borealis or northern lights) can be one of the most magical and beautiful scenes of nature. It is beautiful and colorful, unpredictable, like a huge colored silk on the horizon, attracting unlimited reconsideration and nostalgia.

Many tourists travel to countries close to the Arctic, such as Northern Europe, Iceland, Finland, Norway and other places, to see this magnificent sight.

There are also folk myths that those who can see the northern lights are lucky, because the appearance of the aurora must meet certain conditions.

But scientists have not been able to prove how light waves form in the sky.

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