What are the Northern Lights?
When an aurora occurs in the Northern hemisphere, it is called the Northern lights. When an aurora occurs in the Southern hemisphere, it is called Aurora Australis. The usual colors are blue or green. They can also appear red, brown, or purple. The sun imitates a stream of gas called a solar wind, which is full of tiny particles called protons and electrons. When a solar wind reaches Earth's magnetic field, some of it passes through our atmosphere. As the protons and electrons in the solar wind collide with gases and particles in Earth's atmosphere, they begin to glow, producing the beautiful colors we see during the Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis.
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What is frostbite
injury to body tissues caused by exposure to extreme cold, typically affecting the nose, fingers, or toes and sometimes resulting in gangrene.
I read about way we get homework. We get homework to make us smart. Helps us learn new things. And last but not lest it helps your brain grow.
I watched this video ”How Can We Know if an Animal is Color Blind”, and it showed how color blindness is caused. We can see colors through specialized parts of our eyes called cones. Everyone has 3 of these cones, they make you see red, blue, and other colors. People with normal vision, can see all colors. People with Monochromacy only see 2 colors (black and white).
When was candy made
Candy was made over 2,000 years ago in Egypt
How do rocks get there color? Rocks get there awesome cool looking color by getting water and paint going threw or rubbing up the rock.
Why are all snow flakes different?
They are different because they grow branches time to time.It my be possible for bigger snoflakes but not little ones.
Write a two or three sentence summary of your wonder of the day! Were you surprised about what you learned?