In an ultraviolet glow, auroras on Mars spotted by UAE orbiter !

Folks , it almost seems as if the UAE has spilled the beans on Mars OOPS (!!) , because they were not "briefed" properly on images that should NOT be released on public domain :))

In an ultraviolet glow, auroras on Mars spotted by UAE orbiter

Auroras on Mars are different from those on Earth because the red planet is thought to have lost its global magnetic field billions of years ago.

Image: Mars Aurora

An artist's impression of Martian auroras.Emirates Mars Mission

July 8, 2021, 1:51 AM IST / Updated July 8, 2021, 3:51 PM IST

By Denise Chow

A spacecraft around Mars has captured the clearest views yet of alien auroras on the red planet.

The United Arab Emirates' Hope probe, which arrived at Mars in early February, spotted the scattered glow of auroras in the Martian night sky. The stunning observations could help scientists better understand the atmosphere of Mars and how auroras on the red planet differ from similar light shows that are visible on Earth.

Image: Mars Aurora

The United Arab Emirates' Hope orbiter captured the ultraviolet glow from scattered auroras on Mars.Emirates Mars Mission

Auroras occur when charged particles from space interact with atoms in the atmosphere, energizing them and causing them to glow. On Earth, this plays out as the northern and southern lights. When high-energy particles from the sun hit the planet's magnetic field, they energize atoms in the upper atmosphere to create spectacular displays of green, purple, red and blue lights.

But on Mars, auroras are different because the red planet is thought to have lost its global magnetic field billions of years ago, in a mysterious process that caused Mars' once-thick atmosphere to be slowly stripped away.

"What we see instead are magnetic fields that are kind of unique to Mars," said Justin Deighan, a planetary scientist at the University of Colorado and deputy science lead for the Hope orbiter's mission. "They originate from minerals in the crust of Mars that formed during the early solar system, back when we think Mars had a global magnetic field like Earth."

Remnants of Mars' magnetic field are essentially locked into these minerals, which are scattered around the planet, Deighan added.

"Because of that, charged particles don't get funneled toward the north and south poles, like where we typically see auroras on Earth," he said. "On Mars, they're sort of all over the place."

These types of atmospheric light shows, localized over specific magnetic zones, are known as discrete auroras.

Scientists are keen to study auroras on Mars because they not only reveal properties of the planet's atmosphere but can solve other mysteries of the solar system.

"It plays into these big-picture questions about how planets interact with their star," Deighan said. "How does energy from the sun affect the upper atmosphere of planets?"

While Mars and Earth are very different worlds, what happens on the red planet can inform things closer to home.

"There have been times in Earth's past where the global magnetic field reoriented or became weak, so during those transitional periods, Earth would have been more like Venus or Mars," Deighan said. "In that sense, Mars can tell us things about Earth that we can't really study in current times."

The discrete auroras were observed in late April and early May, when scientists with the Emirates Mars Mission were testing instruments aboard the Hope probe. The orbiter, which launched into space in July 2020, is designed to study the atmosphere of Mars.

The auroras, captured in ultraviolet light, were the first major science findings for the Emirates Mars Mission.

"The whole science team is thrilled," Deighan said. "It was nice to have this cool moment and rewarding to see so early on."



Well, I think that what that scientist says about the nature of localized magnetic fields existing on Mars, their being caused by minerals, and that they attract ultraviolet radiations from outer space, is quite unsubstantiated.

Orthodox science doesn't understand the transformations which particles from The Sun undergo when they pass through the planet, such as frequency transformations. Also, particles that vibrate at certain frequencies can be captured and held within other particles, much in the same way as carrier cells work in biology. They can crack open and release their captured cells when they are subjected to electromagnetic friction while passing through a planet's crust.

So if science cannot understand the nature of particles, nor the configurations nor the magnetic structures of planets. what qualifications do they have for explaining phenomona?


@deandddd , you're spot on about their lack of depth in explaining the root cause of such phenomena...I am just looking at this content from a purely visual perspective (only) - I think we Hollow Earth researchers have enough insight to interpret such images in the right context :))

I am also hoping that as more nations succeed in sending their own space probes to these planets , some of them might just inadvertently share "Classified" type imagery of Polar openings on other planets , into the public domain ! Once the cat is out of the bag and the images have gone viral , no amount of spin doctoring from the Powers that be , would then be able to hide/suppress the truth about (Hollow) Planets !



I am thinking that because the Martian polar extremes are mostly closed over by a thin crustal layer, that particle buildups from within might find expression through meandering caves along the sides of the planet.

You know, Venus and Jupiter definitely have whirlpool orifices along the sides. But how deep? The most notable one of Jupiter is called The Great Red Spot, although it recently went orange-ish red.


@deandddd , I agree and what you just said about Mars , is applicable to the sea floor of the Arctic ocean on Earth as well ! Just that it is difficult to access.


Just elaborating on my last comment...I meant imagine the unusual features of the Martian North Polar region , such as crevices , vents , Lava tubes and cracks leading to it's (Hollow) interior - then visualise most of those features being underwater...that would provide for an accurate description of the seafloor under the Arctic Ocean on Earth !