Animation of a flyby of Saturn, showing aurorae around both its poles.

Aurorae are formed when charged particles in the solar wind are channelled to a planet's poles by its magnetic field, where they collide with atmospheric gas molecules, exciting them and causing light emission. On Earth they are seen as the northern and southern lights.<br>Restrictions:


Creative #: 136817168HD
Licence type: Rights-ready
Collection: Photolibrary Video
Clip length: 00:00:34:24
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Mastered to: QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) HD 1920x1080 23.98p More information


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