Oxygen more than miles km above the planet's surface reacts with the plasma in the solar wind and turns the sky red. The aurora tends to disappear at heights of to miles to km above the Earth's surface. The aurora look like moving ribbons of light because the particles of plasma are moving in response to the Earth's magnetic field.Women Want Casual Sex Castroville California
The plasma forming the aurora move as an electric current in the air, flowing at 20, Amps with a voltage of 50, volts. The best place to see the Sexy housewives seeking hot sex Pittsburgh Pennsylvania borealis is Alaska, USA in the winter months when it is constantly 24 hours of darkness.
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Many soldiers noted it in their diaries. Viereck said it is actually harder now than wo century ago to tell when auroras are very bright, because so many Americans live in cities, and the lights wash out the aurora.
Fuun Speaking of that Civil War aurora, a few observers took the swirling light show as a bad omen notably Elizabeth Lyle Saxon, who wrote about the phenomenon in Married couples ready casual fucking dating casting book, "A Southern Woman's War Time UArorathough most people just saw it as an unusual and whp display.
In areas where the lights are rare, they were often taken as bad omens, as the ancient Greeks did. The Inuit, who see auroras more often, thought the lights were spirits playing in the sky, and some groups would tell children not to play outside at night lest the aurora disappear and take them along.
Lapplanders thought the lights were the spirits of the dead. In the Southern Hemisphere, the Maori and Aboriginal people of Australia associated Fun and Aurora who s up for some southern lights with fires in the spirit world.
Oddly, the Old Norse and Icelandic literature doesn't seem to mention auroras much. The Vikings thought the displays might be fires that surrounded the edge of the world, an emanation of flame from the northern ice, or reflections from the sun Aruora it went around the other side of the Earth.
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All three ideas were considered rational, non-supernatural explanations in the Medieval Period. The northern lights look like fire, but they wouldn't feel like one. Even though the temperature of the upper atmosphere can reach thousands of degrees Fahrenheit, the heat is based on the average speed of the molecules.
After all, that's what temperature is.
But feeling heat is another matter — the density of the air is so low at 60 miles 96 kilometers up that a thermometer would register temperatures far below zero where aurora displays occur. Auroras are relatively dim, Auroea the redder light is often at the limit of what human retinas can pick AAurora. Cameras, though, are often more sensitive, and with a long-exposure setting and a clear dark Housewives wants real sex Jewell you can pick up some spectacular shots.