October 14, 2003 #1

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Mon Oct 20 04:40:01 2003 UTC



The coronal hole based aurora this night produced some nice shapes over Schwatka Lake near Whitehorse, Yukon.



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conjuction aurora - Nov 9, 2004

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sun Nov 14 22:37:01 2004 UTC



For a short period on the morning of Nov 9 the clouds cleared just in time to catch an aurora streaking by the moon, Venus and Jupiter. Mars also puts in a showing right where the sky is brightening, between the trees. Jupiter unfortunately was so close to the moon that it is lost in the moon’s glow. 6 second exposure on Provia 400F with a 20mm lens at f/2.8.



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Moon and Jupiter Nov 9, 2004

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sun Nov 14 05:18:01 2004 UTC



Since the moon was overpowering Jupiter, this shot was made shortly after the previous two with a 500mm lens.



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conjuction aurora - Nov 9, 2004

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sun Nov 14 05:18:01 2004 UTC



For a short period on the morning of Nov 9 the clouds cleared just in time to catch an aurora streaking by the moon, Venus and Jupiter. Jupiter, unfortunately was too close to the moon to be visible in this 15 second exposure on Provia 400F with a 20mm lens at f/2.8. This was made a few minutes after the previous photo.



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conjunction aurora - Nov 9, 2004

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sun Nov 14 05:11:01 2004 UTC



For a short period on the morning of Nov 9 the clouds cleared just in time to catch a faint aurora streaking by the moon, Venus and Jupiter. Jupiter, unfortunately was too close to the moon to be visible in this 8 second exposure on Provia 400F with a 50mm lens at f/2.



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When the Aurora Aligns with Venus

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Fri Apr 9 07:02:01 2004 UTC



April 5, 2004 Venus and the Pleiades get lost in a bright band.



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"South-eastern" Lights

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Mon Nov 3 06:59:02 2003 UTC



On October 29, the aurora was active in the south-east as Orion was rising. This view is over looking Schwatka Lake, a reservoir behind the Whitehorse Rapids Dam on the Yukon River.



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Tandem, October 14, 2003

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Wed Oct 22 06:25:01 2003 UTC

This was the first frame I exposed on this evening. At the time, I thought the bright spot above the mountain was a light which is sometimes on. When I reviewed the slides, I realized that it was Arcturus.

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October 17, 2003 #2

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Mon Oct 20 05:00:01 2003 UTC



The coronal hole based aurora this night produced some nice shapes over Schwatka Lake near Whitehorse, Yukon.



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