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  • Renee Beck, MFT

    Look at this nasa photo! Cool blue Aurora on Jupiter! Click image to read Science Daily article.

  • Bethanie Qoe

    University of Leicester planetary scientists have found new evidence suggesting auroras – similar to Earth’s Aurora Borealis - occur on bodies outside our solar system. A new study has shown that processes strikingly similar to those which power Jupiter’s auroras could be responsible for powerful radio emissions detected from a number of objects outside our solar system – meaning that auroras could provide an effective way of observing new objects outside our solar system.

  • a.l.s (1*)

    OTHER PLANETS - Jupiter (northern auroral) The Earth is not the only place to have aurorae. The Hubble Space Telescope has now photographed aurorae on Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. To host aurorae a planet needs an atmosphere and a reasonable magnetic field. The images below show the auroral ovals on the two largest planets in the solar system.

  • Kathryn Milton

    Northern lights on Jupiter, as seen by Hubble space telescope.

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