The word aurora comes from the Latin “aurōra” which alludes to brightness, glow, dawn or dawn; and this from the Indo-European root “aus” which means “brightness of the rising sun”, from which words such as “austral”, “Austria” and “Australia” also originated. The word aurora has several possible meanings, one of the most used is to describe that pink light that appears in the sky just before sunrise. On his side is the Aurora that emerges at the poles; it is a glow that manifests itself in the night sky of the northern hemisphere, this phenomenon is called the Aurora Borealis; and in the southern hemisphere this phenomenon also appears, which is called Aurora Australis.

These occur when charged particles of electrons and protons emerging from the sun, which are driven by the Earth’s magnetic field, strike the atmosphere near the poles. When these particles collide with the atoms and molecules of oxygen and nitrogen in the air, part of the energy of the shock, thus generating a light that is shown in the earth’s iosphere.

It should be noted that this phenomenon is characterized by different structures, shapes and colors that change over time; and during the night they can start as a long isolated arc that expands on the horizon, usually in an east-west direction.

Another possible meaning of the word dawn is used to describe the beginning or beginning of something in particular.

On the other hand, aurora is called a drink whose components are almond milk and cinnamon water.

And finally, a religious-type song that is recited at dawn, shortly before the rosary, with which the celebration of a festivity in the church begins, is also called aurora.