Electrons causing auroras to dance?

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Electrons causing auroras to dance?

Postby vivian maxine on October 8th, 2015, 8:05 am 

Low-energy electrons zip from pole to pole along hemispheric magnetic field lines, causing the auroras at both poles to dance rather than simply spread colorful lights. And what more do these electrons contribute to auroras?

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