Discreet Aurora on Mars 

Without Global Magnetic Field

According To A New Study

At the University of Iowa, researchers have learned how a type of aurora on Mars is formed.

The Physicists Reported

Discrete aurora form through the interaction of the solar wind and the crust in Mars` southern hemisphere.

The Findings Of

The research were published in the `Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics`.

In A New Study, The Physicists

Studied discrete aurora, a light-in-the-sky display that occurs mostly during the night in the red planet`s southern hemisphere.

While Scientists Have

Known about discrete aurora on Mars-which also occurs on Earth -- they did not know how they formed.

That`s Because Mars Does Not Have

A global magnetic field like Earth, which is the main trigger for aurora, also called the northern and southern lights on our planet.

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