What causes auroras?

The Question: What causes auroras?

A Gamma rays
B Charged solar particles
C Microwaves

Auroras occur when charged particles in solar winds pass through the Earth’s magnetosphere. The disturbance of the magnetosphere results in waves of colored light perceptible to the human eye.

The correct answer is Charged solar particles.

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