In North America, the sky suddenly turned pink. A flash of pink rays was seen piercing the sky through the stars. A video of this was also made by those who study the celestial phenomena forever.
A mysterious pink light beam was seen in North America. The important thing is that this light is not like the Northern Lights seen at the North Pole. Instead, this light went forward like a rocket. Now scientists are studying it to get more information about it.
In North America, the sky suddenly turned pink. A flash of pink rays was seen piercing the sky through the stars. A video of this was also made by those who study the celestial phenomena forever. You might think these are the Northern Lights, but they are not.
What is STEVE?
A surprising phenomenon occurred on Sunday in the space between North America and South Canada. At first, scientists thought that these might be the Northern Lights. But it was not like that. Instead, this mysterious phenomenon is called STEVE. STEVE stands for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement.
STEVE is usually a bright shade of pink. A green light is also seen around the joint. Unlike the Northern Lights, this light is not produced by a solar storm. Even the researchers have not understood the exact reason for what creates this bright light. Skylight is generally divided into two modes. One of these types is called Airglow, and the other is called Aurora.
The important thing is that Aurora, which we know as the Northern Lights, is the first to reach the North Pole. But according to scientists, the light seen in the sky of America is not Aurora. According to scientists, STEVE contains ions. These ions travel at supersonic speeds. These ions are generally pink in colour. A green light is formed around it.
How was Steve invented?
Scientists did not invent Steve (STEVE). Ordinary citizens have made this discovery. In 2015-16, some saw a similar light, and it was viral on Facebook. After this, a large number of studies started on this. But how this light travels in the ionosphere is still unknown. If we understand factual information about this, we can also understand how much it affects radio communication.