Do Extraterrestrial Auroras 

 Occur on Other Planets?

 Northern lights, 

dancing green, red and purple ribbons of light periodically illuminate the night sky from the Arctic Circle 

They are caused when energetic

 solar winds interact with atmospheric gases, they light up in brilliant colors

It turns out 

that auroras aren't unique to our planet; they exist on other celestial bodies, too.

Recently discovered aurora

 on Mars snakes halfway around the Red Planet, despite the fact that Mars has only patchy magnetic field lines.

Some auroras on Saturn 

are generated by weather patterns, according to 2021 research published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters

The most powerful auroras

 in the solar system occur on Jupiter. These intense bursts of electromagnetic radiation are up to 30 times stronger than those on Earth

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