aurora

  1. the first light of day
  2. an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force
  3. goddess of the dawn; counterpart of Greek Eos

Aurora

HMS Aurora was a British improved Arethusa Class cruiser of 5220 tons displacement launched in 1934. HMS Aurora carried a crew of 450 and was powered by four Admiralty 3-drum type oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 32 knots. Armaments consisted of six 6-inch guns; eight 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; two 3-pdr guns and seven smaller guns and ...
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aurora

A glow in a planet's ionosphere caused by the interaction between the planet's magnetic field and charged particles from the Sun.
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Aurora

(Latin) dawn; this word is the same as the name of a goddess of the Dawn in Roman mythology.
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Aurora

[n] - an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth`s magnetic lines of force 2. [n] - goddess of the dawn
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Aurora

aka Northern Lights - The different coloured lights which are visible at night above the Earth's poles.
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Aurora

noun (Roman mythology) goddess of the dawn; counterpart of Greek Eos
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aurora

noun an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth`s magnetic lines of force
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aurora

luminous phenomenon of Earth`s upper atmosphere that occurs primarily in high latitudes of both hemispheres; auroras in the Northern Hemisphere are ... [13 related articles]
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Aurora

Multicolored lights that appear in the upper atmosphere (ionosphere) over the polar regions and visible from locations in the middle and high latitudes. Caused by the interaction of solar wind with oxygen and nitrogen gas in the atmosphere. Aurora in the Northern Hemisphere are called aurora borelis and aurora australis in the Southern Hemisphere.....
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Aurora

Aurora is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Aurora

[aircraft] Aurora was a rumored mid-1980s American reconnaissance aircraft. There is no substantial evidence that it was ever built or flown and it has been termed a myth. The U.S. government has consistently denied such an aircraft was ever built. Aviation and space reference site Aerospaceweb.org concluded `The evidence supporting the Aur...
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Aurora

A glow in a planet's ionosphere caused by the interaction between the planet's magnetic field and charged particles from the Sun. This phenomenon is known as the Aurora Borealis in the Earth's northern hemisphere and the Aurora Australis in the Earth's Southern Hemisphere.
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AURORA

The faint light seen before sunrise.
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aurora

appears as greenish-white and sometimes pink light in the night sky over the middle and high latitudes. Called the aurora borealis in the Northern Hemisphere and the aurora australis in the Southern Hemisphere. Caused by electrons interacting with each other in the upper atmosphere.
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Aurora

It is created by the radiant energy emission from the sun and its interaction with the earth's upper
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Aurora

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Aurora

Beautiful lights seen over the polar regions which are caused when energized particles from the Sun react with the Earth's magnetic field.
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aurora

a glow over the polar regions caused by the interaction between Earth's magnetic field and charged particles from the Sun
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