According to foreign media reports, the aurora borealis or aurora Antarctica are more familiar to us on earth, but obviously, this phenomenon is not limited to planets and satellites. In fact, scientists have discovered the same phenomenon in a comet for the first time recently. The discovery is the result of ESA’s Rosetta mission, which appeared on 67p / churyumov gerasimenko (also known as comet Church) in 2014. < / P > < p > on earth, auroras are produced when energetic particles from the solar wind interact with the earth’s magnetosphere. When researchers looked at church in the far ultraviolet range of the electromagnetic spectrum, they were able to see similar effects in gas clouds or comets around the comet’s rock core when the solar wind electrons hit it. “The light is unique,” Marina gland of Imperial College London said in a statement. This is caused by a variety of factors, some of which were found on Jupiter’s moons Europa and Europa, and some on earth and Mars < p > < p > galand is the lead author of a paper on the discovery published in nature astronomy on Monday. < / P > < p > scientists initially thought that the data showed a “solar glow” – essentially photons illuminating gas clouds, which are easily observed on earth. Martin Rubin, co-author of the Institute of physics at the University of Bern, said: “because the energy of the process is high, so the light energy generated is also high, so it is invisible to the human eye in the ultraviolet range.” < / P > < p > although the Rosetta mission ended in 2016, researchers have been able to obtain new interpretations by cross referencing data from different instruments on board the spacecraft and performing complex analyses. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States