Here is everything you need to know about this natural phenomenon near the North and South Poles.
PUBLISHED FEB 17. 2021, 3:15 pm
We’ve all heard of Aurora Borialis, a unique natural phenomenon characterized by colorful light that can occasionally be seen in the night sky. This natural process is visible near the North and South Poles. In the North Pole, it is known as the Auroa Borialis, or the Northern Lights, and in the South Pole, it is known as the Aurora Austrialis, or the Southern Lights. Green is the predominant auroral color, while blue, purple, red, yellow, and pink are rare.
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