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The aurora borealis is a phenomenon that people rarely get to see, and it only happens in certain places. Or so you thought! There are many misconceptions about this beautiful phenomenon that people have been spreading for years, even though they may not be true.

Let's clear up some of the confusion about the northern lights, shall we?

Here's how the aurora borealis happens.
Something Miraculous Is Happening Above You Every Night

Aurora displays are created when protons and electrons stream out from the solar surface and slam into the Earth's magnetic field. The air in Earth's atmosphere is largely made up of nitrogen and oxygen atoms, and when the charged particles of the aurora hit oxygen atoms, a green and red light is emitted. When they hit nitrogen atoms, they emit an orange and red light.

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