Aurora Bolearis is a solar wind that we can see.
The origin of the aurora begins on the surface of the sun when solar activity ejects a cloud of particals.
Scientists call this a coronal mass ejection (CME). It takes 2-3 days before CME collides with the Earth’s magnetic field.
And when the particals collide with oxygen and nitrogen atoms of Earth’s upper atmosphere, they produce dazzling auroral light.
Murmansk region is one of the best places to see this miracle.