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Drape them around your window, patio, garden, or bed frame and you’ll enjoy a warm, home-y glow.
The glow happens when electrically charged particles from the sun get caught up in Jupiter’s magnetic field, then dumped into the atmosphere where they shed their energy in the form of ultraviolet rays.
At home, you prepare for bed, still basking in the glow of the beautiful evening.
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He was part of a team that spotted a new visible-light glow from the bubbles.
When they applied the deblurring algorithm to data from the filament, they saw the glow of synchrotron emissions right away.
That slime can mark predators with a sticky blue glow for days and serve as a “burglar alarm” if the predator comes near again.
The newly spotted glow was emitted by hydrogen gas that was electrically charged, or ionized, within the bubbles.
Iron emerged as a possible sidekick in helping the glow last.
People can’t see this glow, however, because our eyes aren’t sensitive enough to see the small amount of light given off in natural light.
Charred beams and blackened walls showed stark and gaunt in the glow of a smoldering mass of wreckage.
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