27 july 2004

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Aug 2 06:01:01 2004 UTC

16mm , 20mm or 28mm @ f 2,8 , ~15 sec , fuji superia 800 or polaroid high definition 400 , 27 july 2004 UT © Dominic Cantin http://astrosurf.com/aurores

Another aurora shot from 9/10/06 AM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Sun Sep 10 21:15:01 2006 UTC

Only in Fairbanks, Alaska. 4 sec. f4.5, ASA 800.

Lenticular Clouds at Sunset

Submitted by: Chris Picking at Fri Oct 18 01:04:01 2002 UTC

Taken 25 September 2002 from Masterton, New Zealand. 28mm lens, Konica Centuria 400 film.

Copyright (c) 2002 Christopher J Picking More images at www.southernskyphoto.com

Aurora 11/april/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Fri Apr 15 05:27:01 2005 UTC

Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada


Northern Lights or something else??

Submitted by: Justin Sellers at Tue Jan 28 05:03:01 2003 UTC

I am not really sure what I got here last night but any input would be greatly appriciated as to what they might be.

25 May, 2001

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Aug 7 23:12:03 2003 UTC

50mm @ f/1.7 , 25 sec , Konica Centuria 800 , Mars in the Milky way , St-Luc © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

July 24/25 2004 #3

Submitted by: SherryB at Sun Jul 25 20:40:01 2004 UTC

Canon A70, 15 second exposure at ISO 400. © 2004 Sherry Buttnor.

Crow and Moon

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Sat Nov 5 08:19:01 2005 UTC

East-Angus, Québec, Canada

January 23 2005, 16:07 GMT -05:00

Nikon D70 DSLR


Ice Halo

Submitted by: Lori at Wed Apr 20 15:06:01 2005 UTC

It looks like this garden lamp has an extra Halo. taken on April 10th '05, with a 28mm lens and N.D.filter copyright (c) 2005 Lori C, King City Ont./Canada N44 - W079

Colourful cloud

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Mar 29 07:50:01 2004 UTC

A succession of three cold fronts left a clean atmosphere and these colourful clouds resulted. Nikon 5400 camera 1/200 @f7.7 Iso 100.

Nautical Twilight. 2006/04/05 PM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Thu Apr 6 23:01:01 2006 UTC

A very mild night for this time of year. Migratory waterfowl have just returned to Fairbanks. The clouds remained at bay. This picture is looking west. An owl called in the woods behind me. A fox barked in the distance. The neighborhood dogs howled in excitement. ASA 800, 8 sec. f3.5. Please respect copyrights. fnjjp@uaf.edu

When Darkness Falls

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Tue Sep 19 08:15:01 2006 UTC

It is always an exciting time when the darkness returns and the first aurora is sighted. Here is the one to kick off our season this year on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula at 60 degrees north. the image is taken on August 7, 2006 from about 10 miles north of Ninilchik using a 6x7 cm. home-built medium-format camera with a 38mm lens and Kodak E100G film. I have spotted auroras sometimes in late July from this part of Alaska but clouds and activity will dictate exactly when the first aurora will be visible. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit: www.auroradude.com

Lunar Eclipse Turquoise Band 2/20/08

Submitted by: WIlliam L Reyna Jr at Fri Feb 29 20:58:01 2008 UTC

Image to the right of the original on the left is slightly enhanced to show the "turquoise band" caused by ozone in the upper statosphere which absorbes the red light reaching the moon. Enhancement to the raw image was done with the "auto color" filter in Adobe Bridge CS2. Image was shot 4 miles north of Highland Mills, NY. Canon 30D with an adapted Nikon 300mm f4.0 lens. ISO 400, f4.0, 1/4 sec

Wisconsin aurora the build up

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Sun Jul 30 19:45:01 2006 UTC

As the minutes pass the glow builds into a long-lived green band, it kept this for over a half and hour. The real show is yet to come.

Copyright(c) Michael Ellestad www.geocities.com/bowlturner/my_weatherpics.html


Submitted by: scooter b at Fri Nov 12 01:25:01 2004 UTC

Jackson Michigan 11-10-04 between 2and 3 a.m. EST. Olympus Digital Copyright (C) Scott Bevier trk44st@comcast.net

November 9-10, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Nov 11 22:09:01 2004 UTC

Beauport - Québec (Canada) - 35 mm Ricoh XR-1; Fujifilm 200 X-Tra I SO; 28 mm @ f/2.8, 15-20 sec. ©Jean Chiasson - jchiasson@globetrotter.net

Nov 2, 2002

Submitted by: Uwe Müller at Thu Nov 7 21:44:02 2002 UTC

photografiert in Podelzig by Frankfurt-Oder Germany=0D Data: Olympus OM 1 N 28 mm f/2.8 lens 120 s on Kodak-Elitechrom 200 =0D more Pics at: http://www.der-starhopper.de/html/auroras.html

Augustine Volcano Misty Ridge

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Thu Nov 30 02:16:01 2006 UTC

The sun had just set and now a fog was beginning to rise from the cold waters of Cook Inlet. This mist added depth to the September 2006 view of Augustine Volcano from our driveway near Homer, Alaska. The Island volcano has cooled considerably since its major eruptions over 10 months ago but it is still seen to be quite warm to this day as evidenced by constant steaming and out gassing. copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography contact at: auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit: www.auroradude.com

Flying Fish No. 1

Submitted by: Ian Cooper at Wed Feb 15 08:48:01 2006 UTC

This fish-like iridescent cloud appeared near my home on Nov 9th 2005. All of the colours were visible to the un-aided eye. This photo was taken with a 100mm lens at f/32 and 1000/sec on Fuji 200.

Taken from Glen Oroua, Manawatu, North Island, New Zealand.

Mars Rising.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at hJ Jul 22 2222:23:01 2004 UTC

This image of Mars was taken from the Phoenix observatory outside Carterton, New Zealand, on July 26, 2003. As Mars approached opposition, it weaved its way through the constellation of Aquarius. There, it was framed by a water symbol, and in this image it is underlined by faint pink air-glow. Photo details: Minolta camera, 10 minute exposure with a 28mm lens @ f-2.8, Kodak Elitechrome 200 slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at skyhi_1972@yahoo.com.au

Mercure, Moon, Venus and ISS

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Mon Apr 26 04:21:03 2004 UTC

This picture shows interesting features: Mercury (just above the horizon), the Moon, Venus and the international space station.

Cette photo possède des caractéristiques très intéressantes: on y voit Mercure (juste au-dessus de l'horizon), la Lune, Vénus ainsi que la station spatiale internationale. Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada.

March 22 2004, 19:16 pm GMT -05:00

Kodak DX3900 digital camera, 8 sec, ISO 400


The Sun in Hydrogen Alpha II

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Sat Aug 21 23:33:01 2004 UTC

This image was taken on August 20th 2004.

High resolution available here:


Optic: Coronado PST and SolaMax 40 "Doublestick" Camera: Atik ATK 1HS-II (monochrome, mosaic) and Canon EOS 300D (color) Location: Germany / Offenbach am Main

If you have questions, contact me at: MarioWeigand@gmx.de


Lightning, Ribbon of light

Submitted by: Mckklawrence@wmconnect.com at Tue Jun 1 02:24:01 2004 UTC

Taken May 22 ND 2004 from my back yard in Greenfield, Indiana. Olympus OM-1 28 mm lens f 22 10 SEC exposure. Mark Lawrence


Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Wed Jan 12 22:23:01 2005 UTC

Copyright (c) Daniel Tardif. Contact: dtardif@globetrotter.net

Aurora 11/7/04 in the Christmas Spirit

Submitted by: Shawn Malone at Wed Dec 8 04:22:01 2004 UTC

Right at dusk, the sky went nuts.copyright Shawn Malone www.lakesuperiorphoto.com

23th December 2000

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sun Sep 7 17:57:02 2003 UTC

St-Nérée (Québec) Canada - Fuji superia x-tra 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net


Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Aug 12 08:54:01 2005 UTC

A good example of Anticrepuscular Rays, and set the camera for the correct exposure, this one is 2 stops underexposed.Canon 300D.

Aurora September 8 2002, 0130UTC

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Fri Sep 13 02:54:01 2002 UTC

Photographed 1 hour northeast of Toronto ON using a Canon F-1 with a 50 mm lens @ f/2, 20 second exposure on Fuji Superia 200 ISO

Copyright 2002 Peter Sproule


Submitted by: michel tournay at Mon Dec 26 06:35:01 2005 UTC

I wanted to try to get the most in the picture. It will be better with the film camera and the wide lens Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay

micheltournay@yahoo.ca or visit: www.aurora-borealis.ca

Aurora in Christmas

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Nov 22 21:18:01 2003 UTC

Morning of Nov. 19 in Christmas Mi. while watching for Leonids. Believe the streak in this picture is a plane Canon EOS 50mm lens f1.8 20 sec. exp. Fuji 800 (C) Russ Hansen shansen@iserve.net

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