Have you ever heard of a black aurora or pulsating, green dunes — the recently discovered aurora borealis in the form of horizontal, not vertical, green stripes of light?
Jack is a photographer. His hobby for many years has been shooting the Northern lights — a beautiful atmospheric phenomenon often observed in the polar and circumpolar latitudes.
For a long time, scientists could not understand why solar wind currents cause auroras at different poles of the Earth that differ markedly from each other. Now the answer is found.