By: Maddie Anderton
What causes Auroras to happen?
Where can you see them?
What do Auroras look like from space?
a glowing ring, appearing to be radiating off of the Earth.
Why are they different colors?
The collisions between charged particles and the Earth’s atmosphere cause the electrons of the atmospheric atoms to become excited. As the electrons return to their original energy levels, the atoms give off visible light to create the colors of the display we see.