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Asked by doppler
to Adam, Sheila on 25 Mar 2011 in Categories: Space.
Keywords: aurorae, experience, phenomena, planet
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answered on 24 Mar 2011:
Yep! Jupiter and Saturn do. Both of them have aurorae for the same reason as Earth, but also because of some of their moons
answered on 25 Mar 2011:
Yup! Any planet with a strong magnetic field and an atmosphere that can guide charged particles to the poles – there are some stunning pictures of aurora on Jupiter and Saturn…
commented on 25 Mar 2011:
I love that picture, Adam! Which planet is it that has hexagonal aurorae, and why does this occur?
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