Earth like aurora also seen on Saturn Nasa shared image know about it
The space agency wrote that the bright aurora seen in this image has arisen due to a disturbance in the air. Recently, research has also confirmed that the aurora formed on Saturn is due to the winds there. Scientists at the University of Leicester have claimed that some of Saturn's auroras are produced by winds rotating inside the planet's atmosphere.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Cassini spacecraft have explored Saturn extensively. Cassini spacecraft was launched in the year 1997. He reached Saturn in the year 2004. Since then it has tried to understand Saturn in detail.
Regarding the current picture, NASA says that the auroras that form on Saturn are due to the pressure of solar winds. The picture was captured in the year 2004. The special thing is that on Earth, auroras are visible for a few minutes to hours, whereas on Saturn they are visible for several days. This picture was captured by the Hubble Telescope, which has been keeping an eye on our universe for the last 30 years.
This picture of NASA is being liked a lot by internet users. This Instagram post has received more than 2 lakh likes so far. Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Finland etc. are considered the best places to see Aurora on Earth.
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