What was Aurora the goddess of?
Aurora was the Roman goddess of the dawn/sunrise.
The goddess of dawn.
The goddess of dawn.
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The aurora is a glow observed in the night sky, usually in the polar zone. For this reason some scientists call it a "polar aurora" (or "aurora polaris"). In northern latitudes, it is known as "aurora borealis" which is Latin for "northern dawn" since in Europe especially, it often appears as a red…dish glow on the northern horizon as if the sun were rising from an unusual direction. The aurora borealis is also called the "northern lights". The aurora borealis most often occurs from September to October and March to April. Its southern counterpart, "aurora australis", has similar properties. The cause of the aurora is charged particles from the solar wind, accelerated by the Earth's magnetic field, colliding with atoms in the upper atmosphere causing them to glow as they release their surplus energy. (MORE)
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Aurora Borealis . The Aurora Borealis is a display of colored lights in the sky, also called northern lights, caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the North Pole. A similar display, called the Aurora Australis, occurs in the atmosphere above the South… Pole. (MORE)
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Aurora Australis means "Southern Lights", the opposite to "Aurora Borealis" in the north. ( Aurora was the Roman goddess of dawn, (similar to the Greek goddess Eos) and Australis is the Latin word for South.) The Aurora Australis are lights up in the sky that you can only see from the Southern …Hemisphere. These silent 'fireworks' you often see on a clear winter night in a variety of shapes and colours! Sometimes the Aurora Australis is over 100-250 km above the ground. The aurora forms huge oval halos of radiation around the earth's magnetic poles. The auroras can disrupt power systems, navigation systems, communications, and more. An Aurora Australis occurs when streams of particles from the sun's solar winds hit the earth's atmosphere at an angle (as can only happen at the poles). These particles collide with atoms of the oxygen and nitrogen gases in the ionosphere and the particles glow creating curtains of blue, green and magenta. An aurora is sometimes accompanied by a crackling sound. Like the Aurora Borealis (northern lights) but in the southern hemisphere. (MORE)
Larissa Aurora A.K.A Bootz . Larissa Aurora was a contestant on the reality shows Flavor of Love season 2 and Flavor of Love Charm School. She is infamous for her daring personality and "take nothing from nobody" attitude. Her run ins with Celebrity dean " Monique" and fellow Contestants on Charm… School made her popularity Sky Rocket. She hails from California and has started her very own hair weave line.. She is a licensed cosmotologist, Model, and aspiring actress. It is rumored that she will be starring in her own reality show on VH1 soon. (MORE)
The Aurora Ticket takes you to Birth Island, home of Deoxys. In Fire red you will meet it in attack form In Leaf green you will meet it in defense form.
Yes. They sound like great names.. Some of these names are already taken. . Lorelei is the name of a mermaid said to live at the rapid of the Rhine. As the river is fresh water she should more properly be known as a Morgan. . Nadia is the generic name for river Nymphs . Aurora is a synonym for …Halo, not really water-related . Marina somehow seems too obvious as a place to moor boats. Nerrisa is my favorite. (MORE)
The noun 'goddess' is a common noun as a general term for anyfemale deity or any female person to which excessive attention isgiven (He treats her like a goddess.) The noun 'Goddess' is a proper noun as a word for a specific femaledeity (the Goddess Athena).
The nearer you can get to the north or south magnetic pole, themore likely you are to see them, but they are never guaranteed. Youcan access forecasts on the internet.
Aurore Gagnon was born on May 31, 1909 to Marie-Anne Caron and TÃ©lesphore Gagnon. She was a happy child until her mother died. After that day, Marie-Anne Houde soon married her father and they both began to abuse her horrifically. They beat and burned Aurore until the day she died of the beating …and of blood poisining on Febuary 12,1920. (MORE)
Auroras are caused by Solar Winds colliding with charged particles in the upper atmosphere. Auroras also occur on other planets in our solar system. According to the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska: . If a planet has an atmosphere and is bombarded by energetic particles, it …will have an aurora. Since all planets in our solar system are embedded in the solar wind, all planets are subjected to the energetic particle bombardment, and thus all planets that have a dense enough atmosphere will have some sort of aurora. The intensity of the aurora will be dependent on the strength of the planet's magnetic field. Some of the largest auroras occur on Jupiter (which has auroras larger than the diameter of Earth) and it is unusual that solar winds are not required as Jupiter and it's moon Io are able to create their own charged particles and an intense electric field at Jupiter's poles. Currently NASA believes that volcanic activity on Jupiter's moon (Io) ejects oxygen and sulphur ions (O+ and S+) into Jupiter's spinning magnetic field. It is the rotation of this magnetic field that creates the very high electrical charge at Jupiter's poles. This interaction of the electric field and the charged particles from Io ultimately causes the majority of Jupiter's aurora. (see the related links) (MORE)
planet like venus which has no magnetic field, have very irregular aurora.. unlike Earth, Jupiter, or Saturn, which have an intrinsic magnetic dipole field, have aurora in the shape of oval shaped crowns of light on both hemispheres. When the magnetic field of a planet is not aligned with the rotati…onal axis, we get a very distorted auroral oval which might be near the equator, like on Uranus and Neptune. Some of the larger moons of the outer planets are also big enough to have an atmosphere, and some have a magnetic field. They are usually protected from the solar wind by the magnetosphere of the planet that they orbit, but since that magnetosphere also contains energetic particles, some of these moons also have aurorae. (MORE)
In the Roman myth she is the dawn (Eos in Greece). In Disney stories she goes by a couple of names. One is Brier Rose, but you will most likely recognize her by her nickname of Sleeping Beauty.
Auroras are light displays that occur mostly near the poles when gases in Earth's atmosphere glow when hit by charged particles carried by solar winds.
The Auroras is collision that occurs during the Northern lightswhen active sun particles hit the earth's atmosphere. Auroras canbe seen every year in the north and south pole hemisphere in anarray of colors including pink, light green, yellow and blue.
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it happens when sun's particles have a fusion with earth's particles close to earth, only seen in northern and southern poles because of no light pollution and those are also the magnitude poles
An Aurora Australis or an Aurora Borealis occurs when streams of particles from the sun's solar winds hit the earth's atmosphere at an angle (as can only happen at the poles). These particles interact with the edges of the earth's magnetic field and when they collide with the gases in the ionosphere…, the particles glow creating curtains of blue, green and magenta. An aurora is sometimes accompanied by a crackling sound. (MORE)
Aurora is continuously worshipped. To this day she has several cities just in the united states, 17 to be exact. I am unsure of when the worship started, but probably just as long as any other roman deities.
Aurora borealis is the fancy name for the Northern Lights. They are usually seen above/below 60 degrees North or South latitude. 60 North is in Alaska, Canada, Norway, Northern Russia and Siberia while 60 degrees South is south of the tip of South America. The Earth's magnetic field is like a big… bar magnet where the field begins to pinch down towards the poles at this latitude. What is interesting here is that these are the same sort of conditions that occur inside particle accelerators producing some interesting atomic reactions. They can sometimes be seen at less than 60 degrees latitude due to the Sun being more active with such things as CME's or flares. Solar activity which produced the Carrington Event caused unanticipated results that today probably would cripple our electrical grid. The Northern lights are caused by charged particles from the Solar Wind or Coronal Mass Ejections being directed by the Earth's magnetic field lines towards either the of the Poles based on charge of the particle. When the charged particles reach a height of (ball park) 50-80 miles above the surface at latitudes of 60 degrees North or South, they can strike the atoms of the gases present at that height. The colors seen in the aurora are a result of the gases primarily oxygen and nitrogen fluorescing much like the actions inside a fluorescent light tube. Oxygen depending on its height in the atmosphere can give off green or red light, while nitrogen can give off blue, violet and purple. The wavy curtain actions seen is analogous to being on the inside of a car(the Earth) going through a car wash. The car wash (Sun) is spraying out charged particles much like a hose being waved back and forth striking a car wind shield. if you research NASA, space shuttle, Aurora on a search engine. You can find some interesting pictures and videos and more in depth explanation. (MORE)
The population of Aurora, Colorado was 311,794 people in all. This was recorded in 2007.
Auroras are interactions of the planet's magnetic field with the solar wind, exciting particles in the upper atmosphere. Mars' atmosphere is thin and its field weak, so such interactions as there may be would not be visible.
In fact you get best ones in Russia, Canada, Alaska, Greenland, Finland and so on but you only see Aurora Borealis in Northern Hemisphere, in South Hemisphere get Aurora Australis.
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The Northern Lights. These lights are caused by the solar wind (charged particles emited by the sun) colliding with the Earth's magnetic field. The particles light up using the same principles that make a neon light work.
When a solar flare hits the earths atmosphere, it excites the molecules in the atmosphere causing them to light up
Auroras have no definite size. They occur when charged particles from the Sun ionize particles in the upper atmosphere as they spiral in toward Earth's magnetic field. Auroras may be localized in one area, or may extend from horizon to horizon in the sky.
You get the Aurora Ticket from a Pokemon event using the Mystery Gift system, or by receiving it from a friend who has the gift already using Mystery Gift.
They are a natural light displays in the sky, predominantly seen inthe high latitudes - Arctic for the Aurora Borealis and Antarcticfor the Aurora Australis. The Auroras are happen when themagnetosphere above the Earth is hit by solar winds strong enoughthat the trajectories of charged particles in …both the solar windand the magnetospheric plasma (mostly electrons and protons),precipitate them into the upper atmosphere, where their energy islost. The resulting ionization and excitation of atmosphericconstituents emits light of varying color and complexity. They looklike persistent bands of colors or snake across the sky in waves.Sometimes they will look like falling curtains of color. (MORE)
Auroras are created at both the North and South magnetic poles. In the north it is called the Aurora Borealis and in the south it's called the Aurora Australis. This is caused by the solar wind interacting with the earth's magnetic field and our atmosphere. in cases of strong solar storms, the Aur…oras can be seen much farther from the poles. (MORE)
Aurora Borealis is the name of a number of separate characters in computer games, because of the feminine sound of the term. But it is simply the scientific name for the "Northern Lights", the lights in the sky around the magnetic North Pole. It gets its name from Aurora, who was the Roman goddes…s of dawn, and Boreas, which was the Latin word for the North wind. (see the related questions below) (MORE)
It is formed because of the magnetic field of earth. As charged particles from the sun collide with our magnetic field it makes light.
No. The aurora has no conscience nor intelligence. It is a phenomenon resulting from the interaction of the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field.
Yes, it has. Observed a few times only : - spectra in radio and UV by Voyager 2 in 1986 - images and spectres in UV by the Hubble Space Telescope in 1998 and 2011
Three colors generally are in the Aurora Borealis and the Aurora Australis. The main color is green, then blue and finally red. It depends on what gas is involved and how high in the ionosphere the reaction takes place. . Oxygen gives off green light usually, or sometimes browny-red. . Nitrog…en gives off blue or red. . If the collisions take place high up then oxygen gives off red. Lower down oxygen gives green and nitrogen shines blue and red. Lower down still oxygen is quiet and nitrogen still gives off blue and red. (MORE)
The auroras occur when charged particles collide with Earths magnetosphere, which causes the lightshow in the ionosphere.
No, the lowest they come is about 60 miles (100 km) up in the ionosphere.
Dona is the Spanish word for Lady, so Dona Aurora means Lady Aurora. This could refer to many different people. Philippine Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino's mother was called Dona Aurora. There is also a flower: Mussaenda philippica Dona Aurora (white) the Beautiful white hybrid of Mussaenda - D…ona Aurora. (MORE)
Aurora, in spite of her name, was not exactly the bright type. She asked Zeus to grant Tithonus, her mortal lover, eternal life. Zeus accepted. But Aurora forgot to mention that she'd also like her lover to be granted eternal youth... So Tithon went on living and on growing old. He became so old… and so weak that he could hardly move anymore. He became a parched, immobile object - only his voice remained. Aurora, taking pity on him, turned him into a grasshopper to end his suffering. And every morning, grasshoppers now sing their love for the goddess of Dawn. (MORE)
Caused by the collision of charged particles directed by the magnetic field of earth. Mostly common in polar regions auroras are good astronomical sight at night.
in the south and north pole it is caused by earths magnetosphere and solar flares omg im 13 and i know this
The constituent particles of the solar wind are trapped by the earth's magnetic field and enter the earth's upper atmosphere as aurora. It is described as aurora borealis in the northern hemisphere.
bit of a silly question really as you put the question under the heading which is your answer. Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis
the aurora borialis means the northern lights and the arora australis means the southeren lights. they only appear at the poles.
the northen lights caused by the earths radiation causing the sun to flare due to radiation
-aurora -Diana -cupid -venus -jove -dido -Juno -titan What are these roman gods and goddesses in charge of and what are their characteristics?
Aurora was the Roman goddess of the dawn. Every morning, she would open the gates for Apollo to make his daily journey across the sky. She would precede him to prepare the stables to receive the horses, trailing her multicolored veil behind her. Diana was the Roman equivalent to Artemis. She was th…e twin sister to Apollo, patron of chaste women, hunters, archers (particularly the Amazons), and also served as goddess of the moon (replacing the Titan, Luna... Selene in Greek) Cupid was son of Mars and Venus in Roman mythology. As such, he was the patron of young lovers and unrequited love. Venus was the Roman equivalent to Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and love. Jove was the Roman equivalent to Zeus. Jove is an older name than Jupiter, and Jupiter actually means "Father Jove". He was the head of the Olympian gods, patron of the City of Rome, god of the heavens and thunder and lightning. Dido was the first Queen and traditional founder of Carthage. She comes into Roman mythology because Aeneas stopped in Carthage before he made his way tot he Italian coast. Dido and Aeneas plan to marry, but a previously scorned suitor prayed to Jupiter to have Aeneas sent away. The pious Aeneas complies with the order and leaves. Dido commits suicide after this. Juno is the Roman equivalent to Hera and is the queen of the Olympians. She is also the goddess of the sky, marriage, fidelity, women and mothers. Titan isn't a god, but a generation of gods. The titans were the children of the primordial gods (that is gods who have no parentage, but simply came into existence), and the parents of the Olympians. They are mostly all bound in Tartarus to prevent them from rising up against Zeus and the Olympians. (MORE)
Aurora is beautiful! But it really is up to you to decide whether it's beautiful since it is your opinion but mine says it beautiful.
Oldsmobile was the maker of the Aurora car. The car was a mid-size luxury sports sedan that was produced between January 1994 and March 2003. It was used mostly by families because it was a four-door car.
Mostly it will appear green although other colors ranging to redwill be occasionally observed. Green - at lower altitudes. Fairly high concentration of atomicoxygen and higher eye sensitivity in green make green auroras themost common. Blue and purple emissions - typically at the lower edges of the"…curtains", show up at the highest levels of solar activity Red - at the highest altitudes. Low concentration of atoms andlower sensitivity of eyes at this wavelength make this colorvisible only under more intense solar activity Yellow and pink are are possible as a mix of red andgreen or blue. Note: Other shades of red as well as orange may be seen on rareoccasions; yellow-green is moderately common. As red, green, andblue are the primary colors of additive synthesis of colors, in theory practically any color might be possible (MORE)