Stratus cloud

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Wed Jan 12 22:31:04 2005 UTC

The Totara monument casts an eerie glow on the cloud base, this monument is a tribute to the first shipping of frozen meat from Oamaru New Zealand...Canon 300D at 30 sec exposure, f 5.6 ISO 800

Sun Pillar Early in a Cold Morning

Submitted by: Wolfgang Hamburg at Thu Jan 9 23:12:01 2003 UTC

Nice upper sun pillar near Bernitt(30km southwest of Rostock, Germany) at 07.37UTC(08.37CET, local time); January 7th 2003; temperature -12.5°C

Copyright(c) 2003 Wolfgang Hamburg


Submitted by: michel tournay at Sun Nov 2 22:28:03 2003 UTC

Here are some more pictures of the Oct. 30th storm over Sherbrooke,Quebec

© Michel Tournay or visit

July 26th, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sat Aug 7 16:04:01 2004 UTC

Beauport, Quebec city - Canada - Fuji Superia X-tra 800, 17mm at f/3. 5, 25 sec. ©Jean Chiasson,

Geomagnetic Storm 2004-07-24/25

Submitted by: Daniel Girard at Fri Aug 6 12:23:01 2004 UTC

Taken at Chicoutimi, Québec, Canada

Reflex Fujica ST-801 with 24mm lens @ f/3,5 - 15 to 25 sec, on Kodak HD 400

©Daniel Girard



Submitted by: srt at Thu Nov 11 22:17:01 2004 UTC

Aurora Borealis from Akron, Ohio, November 9, 2004, 11:03PM EST. Taken with Gateway DC-T50 Digital Camera, 8 second exposure, ISO 100, F2.8

Copyright (c) Steve Theaker.

18 august 2003

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Aug 18 18:34:01 2003 UTC

16mm or 28mm @ f 2.8 , 15 - 20 seconds , fuji superia 800 , Valbélair at 15 km north-west of Québec city. © Dominic Cantin

Aurora - Oct 8/02 at 0500 UTC

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Wed Oct 9 04:40:01 2002 UTC

20 km further north of Uxbridge and the clouds started to dissipate. Around 04:45 UTC, the northern sky lit up and started to pulsate. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 15-20 second exposure on Fuji Superia 400. Comments can be sent to:

© 2002 Peter Sproule

October 27, 2004 eclipse of the moon

Submitted by: Thomas Collin at Fri Nov 26 23:53:01 2004 UTC

Oct 27, 2004 Philips Toucam Pro Addition of photos taken at five minute intervals. The original lens was used.

Thomas Collin Trois-Rivieres, Quebec

aurora 30/oct/03

Submitted by: katkenny at Sun Dec 7 05:33:01 2003 UTC

I took these photo the 30/oct/03 with 16mm/2,8f/20sec.,Kodak 400 asa

stephane levesque

Scorpion Rising.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Wed Apr 11 10:49:01 2007 UTC

The southern winter sets in as the scorpion rises early in the eastern evening sky. Jupiter is the bright jewel below Antares, the heart of the scorpion. Photo details: Canon 350D, 2 minute exposure with a 20mm lens, ISO 800 @ f-3.5. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at

The Perfect Storm - Vortex Aurora

Submitted by: at Wed Sep 25 20:18:01 2002 UTC

This image was taken on the night of October 31st, 1991 near Denali Park in Alaska at about 11:00PM (Alaska time). This vortex of light was the only aurora band in the sky and traversed entire sky from NE to SW, parallel with the Milky Way. It was bright enough to cast shadows and appeared motionless for several minutes. Eventually it expanded to a flame-like shape then opened to cover the entire sky. Taken with a Nikor 20mm @ F 2.8 for 20 seconds using Kodachrome 200 film pushed 2 stops. I would be interested to see if anyone else saw this in Alaska on 10/31/91. You can contact me at

The Green Flash

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Thu Aug 3 12:40:01 2006 UTC

Here is an image of the green flash I took in June.

Camera: Canon EOS 300D

Optic: Canon EF 100-400mm L IS USM

Ottawa, Ontario 0103 UTC 12 Apr 05

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Tue Apr 12 02:12:01 2005 UTC

Bright activity noted to the north at 0103 UTC 12 Apr 05. This 15-second image was taken 5 km SE of OTTAWA using a Canon PowerShot A30 set at F2.8 and ISO 200.

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren

October 1 , 2001

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Wed Nov 13 18:08:01 2002 UTC

28mm @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , Kodak supra 800 © Dominic Cantin

HallBop souvenir

Submitted by: katkenny at Tue Aug 17 03:35:01 2004 UTC

50mm/1.7f/15s 400 asa

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

South Celestial Pole.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Wed Nov 17 08:33:01 2004 UTC

Like the axel of a wheel, the Earth's poles are a point of rotation. In the Northern hemisphere, the North star, Polaris, gives a guide to the point directly above the Arctic. In the south, there is no such star. Down here, early navigators used a number of points in the sky, including the southern cross, to find their compass directions. Using these methods, the Polynesians sailed the mighty Pacific Ocean and eventually found their way to New Zealand, where this photo was taken from. Like water going down a plug-hole, the stars spiral the south celestial pole in this 20 minute exposure. The main exposure was 20 minutes, then the lens was covered for two minutes before being re-exposed for a further minute to show the individual stars. Photo details: Minolta camera, 20 minute exposure with a 28mm lens @ f-2.8, Kodak Elitechrome 200 slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at

Moon About To Occult Pleiades

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Thu Apr 26 03:00:01 2007 UTC

The Moon and Pleiades. Nikon D80. 300 mm. ISO rating 400. F/5.6.

(c) Greg Dean.


Submitted by: scooter b at Fri Nov 12 00:47:01 2004 UTC

11-10-04 between 2 and 3 a.m. EST Jackson Michigan Aurora

June 12, 2005 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 11:42 PM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Mon Jun 13 10:12:01 2005 UTC

Canon EOS 300D, 30 seconds at f4.0, ISO1600. (c) Travis Favretto.

Constellation 2003-12-20

Submitted by: (Daniel Girard) at Mon Feb 2 15:20:01 2004 UTC

Gemini Reflex Fujica ST-801 (35 years old) with 55mm lens @ f/1.8 - 15sec, fuji superia x-tra 800 on fixed tripod ©Daniel Girard comments?

Aureole around the moon

Submitted by: (Lutz t-online) at Sun Apr 13 22:10:01 2003 UTC

This image was taken on the night of 21 November 2002 in the vincinity of Niedermoellrich, (Germany) More image on my homepage

Aurora Borealis

Submitted by: Bill and Yvonne Walbek at Thu Nov 11 04:58:01 2004 UTC

This beautiful curtain feature was photographed from Aliquippa, PA on 0406ut 10Nov 2004. An encore to the fantastic display of the previous night. Image taken with an f2.8 Olympus C4000z digital camera set at 400 ISO and 16 seconds of exposure time.

Bill Walbek:

Image of Irridium and Moon

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Fri Sep 26 02:04:01 2003 UTC

This is an image of Irridium satellite and moon. The moon is very bright because the long exposure. I took this image on novembre 2001 with a 28 mm lens, f/2.8 with a Fuji 800 film, 30 sec. exposure.

Copyright (c) 2003 Daniel Tardif. Contact:

"Early Dawn Over the Chugach"

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Tue Oct 30 07:21:01 2007 UTC

The last colorful rays of a flickering aurora are beginning to be replaced by the light of dawn as the snow-capped peaks of Alaska's Chugach Range catch light from a moon still high in the south. Flickering auroras are often seen in the wee hours of the morning after the main substorm has abated. I have on occasion seen this phenomenon persist for hours. It very much resembles gentle flames and just like a camp fire it has a very soothing effect - or maybe that's because I've been up all night again! This shot was taken about an hour southeast of Anchorage on the morning of October 16, 2003. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: or visit:

Total Lunar Eclips on March 3rd/4th 2007

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Fri Mar 9 18:49:01 2007 UTC

This is a collection of four images that were taken at special times.

It shows the eclipse path and the size of the umbra.

Optic: Pentax 105/670 SDP refractor

Camera: Canon EOS 300D

Location: Samoens/ France

October 20th, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Oct 28 03:28:01 2004 UTC

At left "Le Château Frontenac" (1892) is situated on top of the Cap Diamant Cliffs, overlooking the might St. Lawrence River. Konica Minolta Dima ge Z2; ISO 200, 72 mm @ f/3.2 ©Jean

Lunar eclipse

Submitted by: Benjamin Kuehne at Sun May 18 14:51:01 2003 UTC

The picture was taken in Cologne / Germany at 03.12 UT with 5" Maksutov-Newton and Olympus C-4040. More images: Copyright (c) Benjamin Kühne 2003

June 13, 2005 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 1:52 AM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Mon Jun 13 10:25:01 2005 UTC

Canon EOS 300D, 30 seconds at f4.0, ISO1600. (c) Travis Favretto.

Aurora. October 29th 2003 (0858 UTC)

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at rJ Jul 23 0000:33:01 2004 UTC

Near the end of the first hour things went quiet, except for this stubborn ray that lingered after display had paused. Photo details: Minolta camera, 20 second exposure with a 50mm lens @ f-1.7, Kodak Elitechrome 200 slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at

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