The Aurora is not unique to the Earth. Jupiter has one too.
This is not an eye, it is the great red spot on the planet Jupiter. This spot is the scene of a giant storm that has been going on for hundreds of years, and is big enough to absorb three Earths. This close-up photo was taken by NASA.
Jupiter is a gas giant. Although it is only one thousandth of the size of the Sun, it is more than twice the size of the rest of the planets in the solar system combined.
Jupiter has 64 known moons, though only four of them are of any significant size.
Two of these are in the photo above: Io and Ganymede.
Is this the Sun? No.
Is this Mars? Certainly not.
It’s the Moon. This is a moonrise, over Oxford, England. A red moon can often be seen at this time of year.