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Manitoba Skies Have Witnessed One Of The Most Colourful Auroral Ever Seen

Manitobans in Southern Manitoba have been filming the colourful skies of Manitoba, but what is dazzling about it is that it is so bright and colourful that people living in Churchill, Manitoba, have begun to find it very extraordinary.

Many people are wondering what could be the cause for such bright auroral colours. A study released by Nasa explained this by saying, “The ‘northern lights are caused by collisions between fast-moving particles (electrons) from space and the oxygen and nitrogen gas in our atmosphere.”, which means that many gases were present in the skies of Manitoba. They resulted in very eye-catching auroral lights.

“I always loved watching the auroral lights, and they give me unbelievable power when I saw this dazzling display… I was very impressed, and I thought to myself, how can something be so beautiful… and this is one of the reasons why I love Manitoba..the fact that it has such beautiful skies!” said a Manitoban and a Churchill resident when asked about her opinion regarding the extraordinary display of the Northern lights.

Everyone who has witnessed the auroral lights display encourages people to come to watch it someday. Most of them say it gives them this powerful feeling and a relaxed mind, so maybe Manitobans with very busy lives and full schedules could free up some time this weekend for a little drive and enjoy their Thanksgiving holiday with such lovely skies and release some of their stress.


– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural.


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