Lighting Up the Night for Millennia
北歐神話 —— 諸神黃昏
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Welcome to 2019! How did you ring in the New Year? Maybe you stayed up until midnight, or perhaps you watched a fireworks display. In the January issue of Analytical English , you can delve into the science behind this colorful show in “Lighting Up the Night for Millennia.” While fireworks have been around for over a thousand years, multi-color ones were only created in the 1800s when extra chemicals were added to the mix. Speaking of chemicals, check out the amazing views they help create in “The Rainbow Mountain of Peru.”
While the peaks may look dyed, these natural hues are the result of minerals in the rocks being exposed to the air. Switch your gaze from the mountains to the sky in “An Experience of a Lifetime” and you’ll find another brilliant display of color, this time from nighttime auroras. If you want a look at another sensation, “Trials of the Wild: Night of the Christmas Crab”has you covered. The mass migration of millions of red baby crabs can be witnessed at home with National Geographic. From the mastery of chemistry to the wonders of nature, January’s Analytical English covers the best phenomena the world has to offer.