Science

Something strange is happening to Uranus, as caught by Hubble Telescope

Dissimilar to its more charming relatives Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, Uranus gets somewhat aimed at with jokes on account of its inelegant name.

This is, as we would like to think, is terribly unjustifiable, so it’s great to see Uranus getting a touch of adoration on account of some intense, actually happening auroras that were spotted by the Hubble Telescope.

Researchers at the Paris Observatory were able t0 catch an amazing light show happening around Uranus, a sight that seemed nearly as those of the Northern Lights here on earth.

It turns out that these light shows are brought by sun powered winds crashing into oxygen and nitrogen gas particles in the planet’s external environment.

In spite of these new pictures, little is thought about the seventh planet from the sun, beside the way that it’s extremely frosty, 63 times greater than our reasonable planet and that its winds can go at paces achieving more than 500 miles per hour.