How are auroras formed? 🌌

What Are Auroras?Auroras, also known as the Northern and Southern Lights, are a natural light display that can be seen in the polar regions of our planet. These stunning displays illuminate the night sky with vibrant colors such as green, pink, purple, and blue. Auroras are caused by interactions between the solar wind - a stream of charged particles emitted by the sun - and Earth’s magnetic field.

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Where are we? 👫

What is our significance in the world as whole? What place do human beings have in the universe and in all of reality? These questions are not merely about how we are different from other creatures, or whether we are special in the sense that we are the best or worst at something. We might be the best at music in all of the universe, but that by itself does not make us special in the right way. The largest volcano is special in that it is the largest one, and that makes it special in some sense.

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War and Peace ⚔️

War is strongly related to group identity. Human beings, in general, have a strong need for belonging and identity which can easily manifest itself in ethnicism, nationalism, or religious dogmatism. It encourages us to cling to the identity of our ethnic group, country or religion, and to feel a sense of pride in being British, American, White, Black, Christian, Muslim, Protestant or Catholic.

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Praetor 600 ✈︎

Praetor 600 is a low wing, T-tail airplane with cabin pressurization, powered by two rear mounted turbofans. The landing gear is fully retractable and designed to be operated on paved runways only. The glass cockpit includes four multi-function displays. The operation is made through a flight management system with autopilot, autothrottle and closed-loop control and monitoring of flight controls Fly-By-Wire (FBW).

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Jupiter ♃

Jupiter is a gas giant with a mass more than two and a half times that of all the other planets in the Solar System combined, while being slightly less than one-thousandth the mass of the Sun. Jupiter is the third brightest natural object in the Earth’s night sky after the Moon and Venus, and it has been observed since prehistoric times. It was named after Jupiter, the chief deity of ancient Roman religion.

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Mars ♂

MarsLink.in Mars is named for the Roman god of war. Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere (less than 1% that of Earth’s), and has a crust primarily composed of elements similar to Earth’s crust, as well as a core made of iron and nickel. Mars has surface features such as impact craters, valleys, dunes and polar ice caps. It has two small and irregularly shaped moons, Phobos and Deimos.

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Earth ♁

Approximately 70.8% of Earth‘s surface is made up of the ocean, dwarfing Earth’s polar ice, lakes, and rivers. The remaining 29.2% of Earth’s surface is land, consisting of continents and islands. Earth’s surface layer is formed of several slowly moving tectonic plates, which interact to produce mountain ranges, volcanoes, and earthquakes. Earth’s liquid outer core generates the magnetic field that shapes the magnetosphere of Earth, deflecting destructive solar winds.

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