Space Station and Atlantis

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Oct 20 00:31:02 2002 UTC

Grand Rapids Mi. Oct 16 2002 8:05 EDT. Looking west as they both became visible. Exposed 16 sec Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 Canon 50mm 1.8 lens (C) Russ Hansen 2002 shansen@iserve.net

 

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Flying at 35,000 ft

Submitted by: shansen at Thu Nov 25 20:15:01 2004 UTC

While flying back from Miami Fla. just before Thanksgiving weekend. I had the chance to see some great sights at 35,000 ft .Watched a rainbow pass under the plane. Really different to see one from above although I didn't get to take a picture of it I did get to photograph this. At times it appeared like a perfect bulls eye Minolta Dimage F100 on auto setting (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

November 8th Aurora

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Nov 16 22:23:01 2004 UTC

The next night was totally different .On the seventh the rays seamed to come down from above while on the eighth they went from the ground up. Walker Mi. 00:48 UTC Canon Digital Rebel 13 sec. exp. F 2.2 ISO 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

November 7th Aurora

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Nov 16 02:08:01 2004 UTC

The best show I've seen in four years. Picture was taken at 23:51 UTC in Walker Mi. Canon Digital Rebel 10 sec. exp. F3.5 18 mm lens ISO 400 (C) 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

November 11 04 2

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Nov 13 16:05:01 2004 UTC

Another picture from Thursday night. The glow stayed consistent for several hours so I had the chance to find other places to take pictures from. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 400 F 2.0 13 sec. exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

November 11 04

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Nov 13 15:54:01 2004 UTC

After all the great displays Sunday night I went out again on Thursday night and saw this one. The Aurora was totally different and still it was great to watch. Four pictures put together in Photo Stitch 15 sec. exp. F2.5 50 mm ISO 400. Canon Digital Rebel (C) 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

Lunar Eclipse Composite Oct 27

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Nov 2 00:53:01 2004 UTC

Pictures of the Lunar Eclipse taken from 9:25 to 1:02 EDT Meade LX200 8" /6.3 focal reducer ISO 200-400 EOS Digital Rebel Walker Mi. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Lunar Eclipse Oct. 27

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Oct 31 17:39:01 2004 UTC

It was supposed to be cloudy all night but the sky cleared long enough to enjoy the Eclipse. Taken at 11:02 EDT Walker Mi. Meade LX 200 8" /6.3 focal reducer ISO 400 6 sec. exp. EOS Digital Rebel. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Circumzenithal Arc

Submitted by: shansen at Mon Oct 18 23:30:01 2004 UTC

I believe this is a double Circumzenithal Arc as opposed to a Circumzenithal Arc and a Tangent Arc. The lower Arc doesn't seam to have the characteristics of a Tangent Arc. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 200 1/1600 F8.0 35mm lens (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Sun Dogs

Submitted by: shansen at Mon Oct 18 23:24:01 2004 UTC

Two pictures put together with Adobe Photoshop. Couldn't get the Halo, Sun Dogs and Circumzenithal Arc in one picture. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 100 1/200 F18 22mm lens (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Fire in the Clouds

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Oct 17 23:40:01 2004 UTC

One of the great sunset that I've seen in the last month. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 100 1/40 F 5.6 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Iridescent Clouds

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Oct 17 23:20:01 2004 UTC

Iridescent Clouds taken on Sept. 22 from backyard in Walker Mi. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 100 1/4000 F13 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Iridescent Clouds

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Oct 17 23:10:01 2004 UTC

Although there hasn't been any Aurora activity here lately the sky has provided some interesting sights. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 100 1/4000 at F13 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Aurora July 32 2

Submitted by: shansen at Mon Jul 26 22:22:01 2004 UTC

Another picture taken of the Aurora that night. Was nice to see them again and have a chance to get some pictures. Canon EOS 300D 13 sec. exp. F2.2 50mm lens ISO 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Aurora July 23

Submitted by: shansen at Mon Jul 26 21:25:01 2004 UTC

Picture of the Aurora on the night of July 22-23 Around 05:17 on the 23 of July a rather quite display became a pleasant suprise. Canon EOS 300D 15 sec. exp. F2.0 50mm lens ISO 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Mammatus Clouds

Submitted by: shansen at Fri Jul 16 23:27:01 2004 UTC

I was waiting for thunderstorms to occur on July 13 when the sky overhead and behind me started to clear. I was able to get a few pictures of these Mammatus Clouds and the sun set before I left to chase the lighting. Canon ESO 300 D 1/40 sec. F11 ISO 100 18.0 MM lens (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Sun Halo 2

Submitted by: shansen at Wed Jun 23 23:53:01 2004 UTC

Another picture of the halo and white ring. Canon Rebel ESO 300D 1/1000 sec. F11 18mm lens ISO 200 (C) Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

Sun Halo 1

Submitted by: shansen at Wed Jun 23 23:53:01 2004 UTC

These two pictures of the Halo were taken on June 1st. Although the halo was a complete circle I couldn't get it all in the picture. There is what I thought at first to be a circular cloud but as I watched it became another halo only white starting at the sun and offset from the main halo. The second ring had no color as the halo did. Does anyone know what the second white ring was caused by. Canon Rebel ESO 300D 1/640 sec. F18 18mm lens ISO 200 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Spring Storm 2

Submitted by: shansen at Sun May 9 21:49:02 2004 UTC

Another picture from the same night. Canon EOS 300D 22 sec. exp F 4.5 ISO 200 18 mm lens Russ Hansen Walker MI. shansen@iserv.net (C) Russ Hansen 2004

Spring Storm 1

Submitted by: shansen at Sun May 9 21:02:01 2004 UTC

First good spring storm in our area with a lot of lighting. Canon EOS 300D 20sec. exp. F3.5 ISO 200 18 mm lens Russ Hansen Walker MI. shansen@iserv.net (C) Russ Hansen 2004

Venus and Pleiades

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Apr 11 05:29:01 2004 UTC

Picture taken with Canon 300D. Don't have the specific camera settings as I transferred the photo to another software. Still learning! (C) Russ Hansen 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

Venus

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Apr 11 01:52:01 2004 UTC

Picture taken April 7 with a Canon EOS 300D. Trying to learn how to use a digital camera although there is some similarities to film some of the differences will take awhile to learn. A site with some helpful information is http://www.completedigitalphotography.com/ Canon EOS 300D 50mm lens 2.0F ASA 400 13 sec exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

Aurora March 9 2

Submitted by: shansen at Fri Mar 12 02:14:03 2004 UTC

Had enough time to try a different location for a change. This picture was taken 2 miles from where I usually go to watch. Walker Mi Canon EOS 50 mm lens F2.0 20 sec. exp. Fuji 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Aurora March 9th 1

Submitted by: shansen at Fri Mar 12 02:14:03 2004 UTC

Nice to finally have a clear night and a chance to see the Auroras again. While it wasn't the strongest show this year it lasted from 9 pm till past midnight when the light from the moon interfered. Photo taken from Walker Mi Canon EOS 50 mm lens F2.0 20 sec exp. Fuji 400 (C) 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net


Aurora 1/24 #4

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Jan 27 02:36:01 2004 UTC

At 05:45 UTC the arc that had formed earlier produced rays. They lasted for awhile and then everything clamed down to a glow in the north again. Now I was finally cold enough to be happy to go home and get warm. Canon EOS 50mm F2.0 20 sec. exp. Fuji 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Aurora 1/24 #3

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Jan 27 02:08:03 2004 UTC

I finally ended about 30 mi farther northeast and found clear skies for the rest of the night. The temperature was -5/-10 degrees. It all seamed worth it for a chance to see the Auroras again. Canon EOS 50 mm F 2.0 20 sec.exp. Fuji 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Aurora 1/24

Submitted by: shansen at Tue Jan 27 01:20:01 2004 UTC

This was one of my first stops in my normal place in Walker Mi. There was a faint glow when I first got there at 01:30 UTC as my eyes adjusted and the glow became brighter I got a few pictures before the clouds moved in and I had to head father northeast. Canon EOS 50 mm f2.0 20 sec.exp. on Fuji 400 (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Light Pillars 2

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Jan 24 18:01:01 2004 UTC

Drove around looking for different locations that night and found this church close to home. Minolta Dimage F100 manual exp ASA 100 setting 4-6 sec. exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Light Pillars

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Jan 24 18:01:01 2004 UTC

Spent most of the night of the 22nd waiting for the skies to clear. They never did clear up but got to see these Light Pillars Canon EOS 50mm lens Fuji 200 4-6 sec. exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Sun Dogs

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Jan 24 17:21:02 2004 UTC

The Jet Stream seams to be changing and giving us so cold weather here. Producing Sundogs and Light Pillars Minolta Dimage F 100 auto exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

Iridescent Clouds 2

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Jan 11 00:14:02 2004 UTC

The Iridescent Clouds lasted over an hour changing continuously as the passed by. Finally took my last picture and went inside to get warm. Hard to work a camera when your fingers don't move. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserve.net

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