"What causes the Aurora. Auroras are caused by changing particles from the solar wind hitting or charged particle. Sorry from the Solar Winds hitting Adams in the earth's upper atmosphere. Okay. The sentiments a stream of lectures protons, call the solar wind, these particles interact with the earth's magnetic field and funneled towards the magnetic poles, which is why the Aurora are visible at high altitudes. Just a little bit ago. I think it was a month or two ago, the auroras could be seen near the Great Lakes in the United States. I didn't get a chance to check. It was over, I think Michigan, maybe so we're over there that region, but it was for some reason, I'm not exactly sure what it was. But there were very intense for a little while. And you could see them from a down south little bit more."