Asked in Earth Sciences
What layer of the atmosphere is filled with electronically charged particles and what is it capable of?
What layer of the atmosphere is filled with electronically charged particles?
The ionosphere is filled with electronically charged particles.
Asked in Energy, Geophysics
What are Electronically-charged particles found primarily in?
They are found in the Ionosphere.
Asked in Science
What is formed when charged particles interact with the atmosphere?
when a charged particle interact with the atmosphere, it creates a lightning bolt just like when it is a thunder storm. in a thunder storm the charged particles interact with the particles in the atmosphere creating a lightning bolt. ...
What layer of atmosphere contains electrically charged particles?
In air Atmosphere it is Ionosphere.
Asked in Physics
Effects that charged particles have hitting gas particles in the Earth's atmosphere?
Aurora. Northern Lights.
Why do charged particles enter the earth's atmosphere at the poles?
Charged particles are attracted to magnetic fields, and therefore are attracted to the magnetic poles of the Earth. ...
What causes the northern lights?
The Sun's magnetic field produces charged particles and these charged particles are usually radiated out into space. Sometimes these charged particles may be caught in Earth's magnetic field and as they enter the upper atmosphere of Earth, they are in contact with other gases in the upper atmosphere and emit light and colors. The solar wind reacts to the Earth's magnetic field and then spreads across the ionosphere (the upper, charged layer of our atmosphere). ...
Asked in Science, Ozone Layer
What atmosphere layer contains electrical charged particles that reflects radio waves?
The ozone layer contains electrical charged particles that reflects radio waves ...
Asked in Chemistry
What are chemical substances that break apart into electronically charged particles?
Ions. An ion is an atom in which the number of electrons do not equal the number of protons. ...
What makes northern lights?
Northern lights, or auroras, are caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere. The charged particles originate in the magnetosphere and solar wind and are directed by the Earth's magnetic field into the atmosphere. ...
What is Aurora borealis caused by?
Auroa borealis is caused by gaseous particles in the atmosphere of the Earth colliding with charged particles that are released from the atmosphere of the sun. The result of the collision is the bright dancing lights that appear in the sky. ...
Auroras are caused by what hitting the atmosphere?
Auroras are caused by charged solar particles colliding with atoms of oxygen and nitrogen in the ionosphere, which is the highest level of the atmosphere. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Particle Physics
Which particles will attract and which particles will repel?
Unlike charged particles will attract; like charged particles will repel.
Asked in Science
What prevents most charged particles from the sun from hitting earth?
Its the bio/atmosphere of the earth. It is currently getting weaker
Asked in Astronomy, Meteorology and Weather
How are northen lights formed?
The earth's farthest most layer of the atmosphere is the Ionosphere which has negatively charged particles. When positively charged particles from the sun enter earth's gravitational field they slowly work their way around until they collide with the ionosphere where that particles collide and basically 'spark'. ...
Asked in Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis
How is the Aurora Australis formed?
The Aurora Australis in the southern hemisphere, (and Aurora Borealis in the northern hemisphere) are magnificent displays of coloured light. They result from collisions between electrically charged gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere with charged particles from the sun that enter the atmosphere. Sunspot activity causes electrons and protons from the sun to be blown towards the earth on the solar wind. The different colours are caused by the different types of gas particles. The reason they occur more at the poles is...