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During a G2 magnetic storm which took place on 15 September 2017 a strange phenomenon appeared in the sky over Alberta in Canada along with the northern lights. The phenomenon with the name of Steve looked like a bird or an angel which had the Milky Way body.
The geomagnetic storm was very powerful, and it made the northern lights more colorful than they usually are, as on top of green swirls there were purple and blue swirls in the night sky. When they were combined with the Milky Way, it made it look as though there was a bird or an angel flying in the night sky.
Most of the aurora displays are green in color, and this is because generally, the eye of humans can detect green better than any other color. One of the biggest factors in determining the colors in the northern lights is the altitude, and this is because the different gases are at different altitudes and they happen to be in concentrations that vary. A collision causes excitement among the gases, and this is what determines what color the aurora is going to be.
It is not often that red is seen in the light show of the Aurora Borealis too often as red is associated with a solar activity that is intense. A red color is seen when the particles meet and react with Oxygen which is generally at altitudes that are high, above 150 miles.
If red is present and there is blue and green, pink and yellow will usually be seen, and this is linked to high solar activity. Many of the solar particles collide with the atmosphere at about 60 to 150 miles altitude if the concentrations of oxygen are high. The oxygen then gets excited, and this means that there are shades of green in the aurora.
Can you see an angel or bird in the beauty that is the Milky Way and the northern lights?