Submitted by: Shelly at Sun Mar 21 10:26:01 2004 UTC

6:38 am, 10 Febuary 2004, Melbourne, Canon Powershot S45.

My images of an aurora

Submitted by: Yvon Gravel at Sun Nov 2 05:46:01 2003 UTC

This images was taken on the night of 30 october 2003. It was red, bleu and litle bit green. It was 20h. to 20h:30, HNE, at St-Mathias-sur-Richelieu, Québec, Canada; 073,26556West and 45,47272North \!/ (@ @) -----o000--(..)--000o-----

Yvon Gravel.

"Croire tout découvert est une erreur profonde; c'est prendre l'horizon pour les bornes du monde." A. LEMIERRE

November 7-8, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Tue Nov 9 23:59:01 2004 UTC

Beauport - Québec (Canada) - 35 mm Ricoh XR-1; Fujifilm 800 X-Tra I SO; 28 mm @ f/2.8, 15-20 sec. ©Jean Chiasson -

The Dream Never Ends

Submitted by: Luis Perdigao at Sat Oct 22 14:24:01 2005 UTC

This image was taken on the night of September, 14th (2005) in a nice place, A Taste of Alaska Lodge in Fairbanks/Alaska with my beautiful wife Lia Mitsuya.To my friend Carlos Freire. I used a Kodak DX7630 fs 2.8 / 64s / iso 100 I live in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Sun pillar and Moon

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Mar 14 02:06:01 2005 UTC

A Sun pillar with the waxing crescent Moon top left. For a better view , press F11 on your keyboard. Photo details : Coolpix 4300 , 38mm @ f 2.8 , 1/403 sec. , iso 100 , 13 march 2005. © Dominic Cantin

Wakefield, Quebec 0250 UTC 19 Aug 03

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Tue Aug 19 06:47:02 2003 UTC

Aurora reflected in the Gatineau River at Wakefield, Quebec.

15-second exposure with a Canon PowerShot A-30 set at f 2.8 and ISO 200

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren.


Submitted by: Dave at Thu Dec 30 17:06:01 2004 UTC

Also known as the N.American nebula. IC-5070 the pelican Nebula is just to the right of Ngc-7000. A closer inspection reveals a satellite trail from the upper left to lower right of the image crossing just under the bright star Deneb. A more prominent satellite trail crosses the lower right corner of the image. From the Flying W Ranch, Pennsylvania 6-19-04 Konica Centuria Super 400...135mm lens @ f2.8 on a unguided Losmandy G-11....6 minute exposure. Copyright (c) 2004 Dave Miller

aurora in saranac lake ny

Submitted by: at Sun Jan 23 18:33:01 2005 UTC

this is the 18th of jan 05 still trying to figure out the tricks to capturi ng a good on the camera iso 600 f2.8@6sec

Aurora 25/07/04

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Jul 28 14:11:01 2004 UTC

Another night with many kink of aurora,impulse,arc,fast movement.I am combled.

50mm/2.8f/10s 800 asa

Stephane Levesque

Lightning attack

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Jun 11 11:55:01 2005 UTC

Over St Lawrence river,a little move before rain. Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

Moonsets under the Aurora

Submitted by: Mark Stadsklev at Wed Jan 19 23:14:01 2005 UTC

The moon sets about 4 am leaving the sky clear and dark for the final burst of aurora. Temps around -15 F. Thank god and the US military surplus for bunny boots! copyright Mark A. Stadsklev 2005


Submitted by: michel tournay at Sun Nov 2 20:55:01 2003 UTC

October 30th 2003 will be remembered as one of my most beautiful evening-display of red auroras in the south! I usually take my pictures in the far north where I live! I happened to be at my sister's place preparing the haunted house for the evening when the sky became RED!!!(always bring a camera where you go!) Here are a few shots!

Taken in Sherbrooke, Québec with 17-35 mm lens and 16 mm fish-eye, 800 ASA, with exposure time between 5 sec. to a few min.

Michel Tournay

Twilight at Stonehenge

Submitted by: Paul Glynn at Fri May 13 12:28:02 2005 UTC

Coloured cloud after sunset lends a dramatic backdrop to this 3000 year old monument on Salisbury Plain, England. Taken on 10th April 2005

Aurora - July 24/25 2004

Submitted by: Stan Richard at Mon Jul 26 21:35:01 2004 UTC

Canon Digital Rebel. Little Wall Lake, Jewell, Iowa, USA. Copyright(c)2003 Stan Richard Email: - Events in the Night Sky

Corona Borealis

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Thu Oct 10 12:55:01 2002 UTC

The constellation of Corona Borealis, The Northern Crown, appears near the top of this image. The colorful auroral display was photographed from Denali State Park, Alaska on March 24, 2002 using a 6x7 medium format camera with a 75mm f/2 lens and Kodak E100S film.

Copyright (c) by Dennis C. Anderson. Contact at or visit at


Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Jul 14 00:53:01 2004 UTC

In fall 2000,l saw these aurora.

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

Activity picks up. 03/20/06AM Fairbanks.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Mon Mar 20 19:20:01 2006 UTC

A little more activity after an hour, so I headed back home. ASA 800 f3.5 20s exp.

Please respect copyrights.

Smile :)

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Feb 5 06:45:01 2007 UTC

A big smile in the sky ;) This circumzenithal arc lasted only few minutes and disapeared completely after. more infos about circumzenithal arc Date/Time02-Feb-2007 09:46:44 MakePentax , Flash Used No , Focal Length 16mm fisheye , Exposure Time1/1000 sec , Aperture f 8 , ISO Equivalent200 , see my recent pictures © Dominic Cantin

The Blue Staircase

Submitted by: Ian Cooper at Mon Sep 29 08:18:01 2003 UTC

The Great Auroral Storm of November 24th, 2001 produced this sun-bleached set of ascending rays in the southern sky as seen from the Manawatu, Lower North Island, New Zealand. Lens was a 28mm @ f/2.5, 30 seconds on Fuji Superia 400.

(c) Copyright 2003 Ian Cooper All rights reserved.


The sun today

Submitted by: Thomas Collin at Wed Nov 23 00:10:01 2011 UTC

Taken with a Lunt LS35THa and a Canon A590IS Powershots. Thomas Collin Trois-Rivières, Québec

Aurora in mid August twilight

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Wed Jun 18 09:21:01 2003 UTC

In mid August the opening display of the 2002-2003 aurora season delivered an delicate little aurora over the lovely colors of the midnight's twilight skies.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund


Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Sat Jan 4 04:06:02 2003 UTC

Like flames of an immense forest fire the aurora leaps up from the treed horizon near Homer, Alaska in this November 3, 2002 image. The aurora is seen here displaying the pulsating blobs and a mostly diffuse patchiness as well as some rayed structure typical of the post-breakup phase . During this phase the aurora can display flickering motions that very much resemble the gentle and soothing flames of a campfire. This image was captured with a 30mm fisheye lens and a medium format camera on Kodak E100s film.

copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson contact at or visit


Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Feb 11 20:47:01 2005 UTC

A flash of lightning behind the cloud, together with the colour cast of the streetlights, produced this blue flare.Canon 300D 15 sec exposure ISO 100

Sun pillar - Dec. 4, 2002

Submitted by: Stan Richard at Fri Dec 6 19:55:02 2002 UTC

Photo taken with Nikon 950 digital camera, from Iowa Public Television in Johnston, IA. Comments are welcome: Copyright(c)2002 Stan Richard - Events in the Night Sky

This image is digitally watermarked and protected by the copyright laws of the United States and new International Copyright Treaty, and may not be reproduced, published, copied or transmitted in any form, including electronically on the Internet or World Wide Web, without written permission of the author.

5/15/2005 aurora from Colorado

Submitted by: jimfoo at Tue May 17 06:19:02 2005 UTC

Taken around 2:45 mountain time, 3 rays with a surrounding redish glow. 10 sec, f2, 50mm ME Super on Fuji 800 film -- Jim Hall

Image of M 8 and M 20

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Fri Sep 26 22:46:02 2003 UTC

This image of M 8 and M 20 has taken on august 2001 with a 200 mm telephoto lens at f/4 with a Fuji Provia 400 film, 25 mn exposure.

Copyright (c) 2003 Daniel Tardif. Contact:

November 8, 2004 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 1:19 AM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Wed Nov 10 23:10:01 2004 UTC

Canon PowerShot A60, 15 seconds at f2.8, ISO400. (c) Travis Favretto.

Aurora october 2002

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Tue Oct 7 01:34:01 2003 UTC

Aurora took on october 2002 with a 28 mm lens at f/2.8, with a Fuji NPZ 800 film; 25 sec exposure. A van have passed during the shot.

Copyright (c) Daniel Tardif. Contact:

At The Zenith 2005/05/15

Submitted by: Dave at Sun May 15 18:43:01 2005 UTC

Another image directed at the Zenith, the bright star in the image is Arcturus, Visualy the aurora looked a bright Violet White. Imaged from Silver Creek Park, Norton Ohio Latitude 41.01 & Longitude -81.61 Canon 20D 400 ASA, 15s Exposure 18-55mm lens. Copyright(c)2005 Dave Miller

Algonquin Sunset IV

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Thu Sep 25 02:43:01 2003 UTC

This was taken on a camping trip to Algonquin Provincial Park (in Ontario) in September 2001. Once the sun dipped below the hills, the sky developed an intense golden colour. Canon F-1, 200 mm zoom lens @ f/5.6, Fuji Reala 100 ASA film . Comments can be sent to: Web page: © 2003 Peter Sproule

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