Beautiful coronal hole-fired auroras from the 11th.

Submitted by: John Russell at Thu Sep 12 13:02:01 2002 UTC

I took this photo about 14 miles west of Nome Alaska on September 11th 02, at 04:00 local time, in the first truely (otherwise) dark nights this year. Nikkor 28mm @ f1.4, and 10 seconds on Superia 800. John Russell, Nome Alaska


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September 17th Auroras

Submitted by: John Russell at Wed Sep 18 12:50:01 2002 UTC

At 04:00 ADT . 12:00UT September 17th, a bright arc low to the north exploded into the best displays I've seen this season. 8 seconds on Superia 800, Nikkor 28mm/f1.4 John Russell, Nome Alaska.

September 17th corona

Submitted by: John Russell at Wed Sep 18 12:44:01 2002 UTC

Superia 800, Nikkor28/f1.4, 10 seconds. Nome Alaska at 04:00ADT / 12:00UT

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