‘Aurora Australis’ is Seen in

  1. Antarctic region
  2. Equator
  3. Arctic region
  4. Tropic of Cancer
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 2nd June 2015 in Geography.
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    Option 1 is the right answer.

    The Aurora Australis or Southern Lights are mesmerizing, dynamic displays of light that appear in the Antarctic skies in winter.

    Aurora is the collective name given to the photons (light) emitted by atoms, molecules and ions that have been excited by energetic charged particles (principally electrons) travelling along magnetic field lines into the Earth’s upper atmosphere. Aurora results from the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth’s magnetic field.

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    Harsh Vardhan Professor Answered on 2nd June 2015.
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