Encyclopedia Aurora

this is the beginning of world-spirit's Encyclopedia Aurora,
*the creativity is inspired by Isaac Asimov

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Astronomy describes Aurora as a sky display of natural light.  High latitudinal regions where collisions occured left energetically charged particles (atoms) in the atmosphere and thermosphere.  Aurora (Auroras or Aurorae, plural) has been defined as discreet and/or as diffuse.  The zone for which Aurora occurs includes a band of the 3 or 6 extent of latitutde occurring omnipresently, at all times in all spaces longitudinally.  Aurora has a zone which expands during periods of (geomagnetic) storms.  Aurora may be seen as a featureless glow in the sky known as the diffuse Aurora.  Aurora also includes sharp features within herself, a discreet Aurora within the diffuse Aurora zone.  Northern lights in northern altitudes embrace aurora borealis, which bears the name of the Roman goddess of the dawn.  Auroras northern lights has been termed also as the “Dance of the Spirits” phenomenon by the Cree Native American Tribe.  Southern lights embrace the aurora australis.  Aurorae exists both surrounding the Planet Earth and also on other planets known of as Mars and Venus.  


Aurora was the Roman goddess of the dawn. The Greeks called her Eos. She was the daughter of the Titans Hyperion and Theia and the sister of Helios (the sun god) and Selene (the moon goddess). Every morning, Aurora arose from the sea and rode in her horse-drawn chariot across the sky ahead of the sun, carrying a pitcher from which she sprinkled dew upon the earth.

Titan one of a family of giants who ruled the earth until overthrown by the Greek gods of Olympus

Aurora's first husband was the Titan Astraeus. They had several sons: the winds Boreas, Eurus, Notus, and Zephyrus as well as the morning star Eosphorus and the evening star Hesperus. Aurora's beauty caused Mars, the god of war, to take an interest in her. This angered Venus (Aphrodite) *, who caused Aurora to fall in love with a number of mortals. She married one of them, Tithonus, and begged Zeus * to make him immortal. Zeus granted her wish, but she had forgotten to ask for Tithonus's eternal youth too. As a result, he continued to age until he became decrepit and shriveled. Aurora shut him away in his room until the gods finally took pity on him and turned him into a cicada.