Video… The skies of Finland are shining with green fire



The lights of the “Polar Twilight ” appeared in the Skies of Finland, a natural phenomenon eagerly awaited by people from around the world.

The sky of Litarovin, located in the Arctic region, has been bright, with green, pink, purple and white, and the phenomenon has lasted for several hours.

The phenomenon occurs when high-speed charged electrons from the solar wind collide with oxygen and nitrogen atoms in the Earth’s atmosphere, at an altitude of between 20 and 200 miles above the Earth’s surface, a phenomenon that produces waves with bright colors that illuminate the sky.

The cause of this phenomenon is caused by a magnetic storm between the two poles, the International Space Agency (NASA) said.


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