Aurora is clarity that immediately precedes the sunrise. The word aurora is of Latin origin “aurora” meaning “dawn” or “dawn” and from the root “aus” that expresses “brightness of the rising sun“.
The aurora is a phenomenon that illuminates the sky between the colors pink and orange that precedes the appearance of the sun. Also, there is the aurora borealis and the polar aurora.
In the figurative sense, aurora is the beginning or first time of something, for example: “tomorrow I present the dawn of my thesis.” Also, the word aurora refers to the religious song that is sung at dawn to begin a celebration in the church.
In Greek mythology, the goddess Aurora, name given to the goddess of dawn, name given to the Greek Eos. Mythology indicates that the goddess auror
Flying through the skies to announce the arrival of dawn, he had 4 children and one of them was killed, the tears she sheds while flying are the morning spray.
On the other hand, the term aurora is used as a name for girl, which its meaning is evident “dawn”, that is, it is the one that shines and, its onomastic date is June 19.
The polar aurora are atmospheric phenomena that occur in the polar areas of the planet earth, spots and luminous arcs of several tons are produced, generally, the green and red colors stand out.
The polar aurora occurs by the contact of solar winds with the magnetic field of the planet, there are two: the aurora borealis and the southern aurora. The aurora occurs in the months of September to October and, from March to April.
The aurora borealis occurs in the northern polar regions, while the southern aurora occurs in the southern hemisphere.