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What changes and affects auroras?" Josh Semeter – Boston University. Particles come streaming into the atmosphere at 30 to 40, 000 miles per hour. They bang into the gases of the neutral atmosphere in much the same phenomenon as a (manufactured product) neon light. What’s important in becoming a scientist? Imagination is much more important than knowledge (Einstein) so extrapolate that to mean that people come to it from all kinds of different ways.

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Polar pole aurora borealis australis atmosphere physics science

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