# Aurora Effect from Galactic Wind?

The Solar Wind creates auroras due to interactions with Earth's Magnetic Field. Do we witness any similar effects from the Galactic Wind interaction with the Sun's Magnetic Field?

We have observed aurora-like emissions on Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The emissions on these larger gas giants (well, ice giants really) are often in the UV wavelength range, so special telescopes are needed to see them. You should note that the emissions are incredibly weak. So to see anything near the sun is probably a hopeless endeavor since it is the "loudest" radio, microwave, visible light, UV-light, X-ray, and $\gamma$-ray (well, I am not so sure about $\gamma$-rays) source in the sky.