Hubble Spots Something Massive on Uranus and It’s Incredible
So far, we have seen several reports on auroras of Jupiter and Saturn but what Hubble has captured recently is something incredible.
Well, the scientists from the Paris Observatory used the Hubble Space Telescope to take a look on the auroras of the Uranus.
As per as explanation, the auroras are caused by streams of charged particles originating from various places.
These particles then get trapped in a powerful magnetic field and are channeled into the upper atmosphere, where they react with gas particles like Nitrogen or Oxygen and emit bright light.
Still, auroras of Uranus is something mysterious for the whole world and scientists are still trying to uncover all the forms.