snowflakes

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Sep 17 22:12:01 2004 UTC

After the fall of snow, the trees are losing the covering of snow from the suns heat which in turn causes these minature snow flurries. Nikon 5400 camera at 1/1000 sec, at f8..ISO 400. I must remember not to stand to close to the tree next time!!

June 22 2004 rainbows

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Wed Jun 23 17:03:01 2004 UTC



Rainbow in the evening of 22 of june was magnificent, bright and long lasting. This was also the first time ever when i saw somekind of an reflection rainbow too. Very nice sighting.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund

Aurora Borealis

Submitted by: srt at Wed Nov 10 23:31:01 2004 UTC

Aurora Borealis from Akron, Ohio, November 10, 2004, 3:23AM EST. Taken with Gateway DC-T50 Digital Camera, 8 second exposure, ISO 100, F2.8

Copyright (c) Steve Theaker. srt@neo.rr.com

Aurora 05/15/05

Submitted by: Mark Hellige at Wed May 18 04:22:01 2005 UTC

This photo was taken at ~3:27 AM CDT on 05/15/05 in Breese, IL USA Approximate Magnetic Latitude: 46.722 Canon Powershot S410 10 Second Exposure ISO 400. C 2005 Mark Hellige mark4374@charter.net

Aurora - October 30 2003 UTC @ 06:00 UTC

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Fri Oct 31 23:33:01 2003 UTC

This was taken around 06:00 UTC near Cannington ON, after the clouds had cleared. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 15-20 second exposure on Fuji Superia 400 print film.

Comments can be sent to: pbsproule@sympatico.ca © 2003 Peter Sproule @ www.sproulephoto.ca

MY GOD...IT WORKS!!!!!

Submitted by: michel tournay at Fri Oct 26 08:39:01 2007 UTC

Have you ever wonder if the nice graphs on the net or softwares are good? A few hours ago I went outside to take pictures of the 17P Holmes comet and I tried to superimpose part of a graph from a program called COELIX from Jean Vallières....WOW!...ITS VERY ACCURATE! So all the white dots (in circles) and the comet are from my picture and the circles, dates and trajectory are from COELIX. I blew up the "main course" to show, with 2 red arrows, the dates where the comet was (25th) and where it will be on the 27th. And low and behold the comet is right smack in the middle of them....that I took around midnight...on the 26th! I am impressed!

Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay and jean vallières

micheltournay@yahoo.ca

or visit: www.aurora-borealis.ca

Sunrisepillars

Submitted by: Lori at Sun May 4 13:26:01 2003 UTC

Only five minutes later the colour of the sky changed significantly, but the sun still had not crept up over the horizon. Feb 03, 2003, at 7:20 am, King City, Ontario.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy.

Moonrise at Andoya

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Fri Mar 3 03:57:01 2006 UTC

The moon rises from the southeast horizon into a sky filled with aurora. This was the evening of February 16, 2006 on the Island of Andoya,Norway. Photo : 38mm lens 6x7cm medium format Kodak E200 film Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography contact at auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit www.auroradude.com

Fisheye View of aurora March 8, 2012

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Fri Mar 16 20:41:01 2012 UTC

The aurora borealis fills the northern sky as photographed from Diamond Ridge near Homer Alaska. I used a 35mm lens on a home-built 4x5 camera, which creates a circular fisheye effect, to capture this moonlit scene on Kodak E100G film in unprecedented detail. The sun has finally come out of its deep slumber and we can only hope that scenes like this become more and more common as we move towards the solar maximum. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit: www.auroradude.com

Great aurora november 20th 2003 above Germany

Submitted by: silbernitrat@t-online.de (Jens Hackmann) at Wed Dec 3 13:44:02 2003 UTC

Another pic of the great aurora on november 20th 2003 as it was seen above Bad Mergentheim/Weikersheim in southern Germany. Taken with an old Revue cam, f= 40mm and an Kodak 400 ISO, exposure time was about 40 seconds. Greetz from Germany

(c) Jens Hackmann , Peter Lippert More pics like that: http://www.kopfgeist.com

Aurora - Nov 21/03 near 01:30 UTC

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Sat Nov 29 22:58:02 2003 UTC

This was taken around 01:30 UTC near Uxbridge ON, which captured the sporadic activity near the end of the substorm. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 20-25 second exposure on Kodak Max 800 print film.

Comments can be sent to: pbsproule@sympatico.ca © 2003 Peter Sproule @ www.sproulephoto.ca

End of the Show

Submitted by: Darrell E. Spangler at Mon Nov 8 21:23:01 2004 UTC

As clouds moved in, the Aurora could still be seen… Eventually the clouds won out and ended our show for the night… Canon Digital Rebel, ISO800, 15sec @ f/4… ©2004 Darrell E. Spangler mtnred@earthlink.net>

Orion Rising - 4:50 am Summer 2002

Submitted by: David Zelden at Sat Dec 7 23:01:01 2002 UTC







Sun Halo

Submitted by: Lori at Mon Mar 21 21:57:01 2005 UTC

We had some lovely Sun Halos lately, this image is from Feb.27th '05, shortly after sunrise. taken with a 28mm lens and N.D.filter on ISO 800. Copyright (c) 2005 Lori C, King City,Ont./Canada N44 - W079

Aurora

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Jan 28 13:30:03 2004 UTC

I took these photos with a cold wind in my face :( 16mm/2,8f/30s 400 asa stephane levesque

17-18th August, 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Aug 21 03:18:02 2003 UTC

Val-Bélair (15 kilometers to the northwest of the city of Quebec - Canada)- Fujifilm superia X-TRA 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

Fire and Ice 31 October 2003

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Sat Nov 1 13:40:01 2003 UTC



The aurora borealis exhibits fiery colors of an energetic display above as icebergs drift slowly by carried by the currents on Portage Lake, Alaska below. While photographing this early morning scene on October 31, 2003, the glacier, located on the far end of the lake, calved more burgs producing a tremendous roar that pierced the calm of the pre-dawn and echoed throughout the valley. I captured the moment with a 6x9 medium format camera and Fuji Provia 400F.

Copyright (c) 2003 Dennis C. Anderson Contact at auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit www.auroradude.com

July 27th, 2003 Aurora

Submitted by: John Carlson at Sun Jul 27 07:29:01 2003 UTC



July 27, 2003 04:38 UTC Swan Lake Near Hutchinson, Minnesota USA Nikon Coolpix 995 60 seconds - 400 ASA f/2.6

Web: http://www.jscz.com Email: jsp@jscz.com


Lagoon & Triffid.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Thu Oct 18 04:02:01 2007 UTC

Star forming regions fill the Milky Way in the direction of Sagittarius. Two beautiful examples are the Lagoon Nebula (M8) and Triffid Nebula (M20). Both objects are full of hot, young blue stars that cause the surrounding gas clouds to glow with glorious colour. Photo details: Canon 350D, ISO 800, 2 1/2 minute exposure with a Canon EF 135mm lens @ f-3.5. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. For more images, visit my website: http://www.skyhigh-photography.com

Aurora october 7th 2002

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Thu Oct 9 01:09:02 2003 UTC

Aurora took on october 7th 2002 with a 28 mm lens at f/2.8, with a Fuji X-Tra 800 film; 25 sec. exposure.

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


Ottawa, Ontario 0111 UTC 20 Oct 03

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Mon Oct 20 03:57:01 2003 UTC

Activity noted at 0111 UTC 20 Oct 03 5 km SE of OTTAWA. 15-second image taken using a Canon PowerShot A30 set at F2.8 and ISO 200.

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren.

Out from under the street light. Fairbanks, Alaska. 9/28/2007 PM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Mon Oct 8 20:36:01 2007 UTC

Once you are out from under the street lights, you can see something! 11:30 PM, Friday, Sept. 28, 2007. ASA 800, 4 sec., f4.0, 10 mm. (1.5x). Looking ESE. Please don't steal my stuff. Ask. fnjjp@uaf.edu

Northern Lights

Submitted by: shansen at Mon Sep 9 00:28:01 2002 UTC

Grand Rapids Mi. 9:55 EDT Sept. 07 2002 Exposed at 20 sec. on Kodak 400 Max 50mm 1.8F lens (C) Russ Hansen 2002 Russ Hansen shansen@iserve.net



Winter Milkyway

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Tue Jan 28 18:29:01 2003 UTC

Orion is trying to escape the light pollution of Quebec city ( 80km southerly ) !!! 16mm @ f 4 , 12 minutes , fuji superia 800 , piggybacked on a EQ-3 mount , 28 january 2003 © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

Planetary Trio.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Sat Aug 6 22:08:01 2005 UTC

The evening of June 6th, 2005 was lovely not only for its sun-set. The three jewels of Saturn (upper left), Venus (centre), and Mercury (bottom) added to the spectacle as they neared their closest approach. Photo details: Minolta camera, 3 second exposure with a 135mm lens @ f-3.5, Fuji Provia 400F slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at skyhi_1972@yahoo.com.au.

Eclipse shadows1

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Sat May 31 13:54:01 2003 UTC



Eclipse shadows from the side of shed from this morning. I was hoping for some thin clouds or mist for some scenery shots from the eclipse itself, but didn't got those. The weather was nice and bright, but the sun was way too bright for any single exposure scenic eclipse shots from the sun itself. Well, at least finally i was able to find these shadows and they were quite cool. :-)

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund

Southern Lights from near Adelaide, Australia 29/30 Oct 2003

Submitted by: Kearn Jones at Tue Nov 4 15:41:01 2003 UTC

A couple of us witnessed some very nice displays of Aurora Australis from near our home town of Adelaide in Australia, last wednesday night/thursday morning local time. Aurora are relatively rare for here - we were at about 34.5 south at the time with a large hill in the way of the good southerly views, there was no good going south as we would of followed the bad weather southeast anyway. I have only seen 5 displays over the recent solar max (and that was trying hard *mostly* and following the form!- this being the equal best i have seen ( my previous best display was the cannibalistic X-3 that ate the M-8 flare in april 2001) This one was better for pure duration, but it was remarkably similar to my previous best display in that the best waves came at 4 - 5 am and went into the dawn on a thursday morning! - but the big one in 2001 made the entire sky red at times (i didnt personally own a camera at that time!!). The weaker aurora i have seen bits of, are generally reddish glows with a few searchlights on the southern horizon. This latest one had the least red *visually* i have seen so far. For more pics from this night please go to http://www.southern-x.org/gallery-aurora03.html. Cheers and come back soon Kearn Jones http://www.southern-x.org/


Days of Wine and Auroras

Submitted by: JOHNRFLINN@aol.com at Sat Jan 17 17:20:01 2004 UTC

Nothing like having Pinot Noir skies after the harvest at the King Estate Winery near Lorane, OR. The skies were clear for the spectacular northern lights display of October 30th, 2003 and were lit up with patches of reds and greens soon after sunset. The Big Dipper can also be seen. Cheers! JOHNRFLINN@aol.com

Wisconsin aurora part 2

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Tue Aug 9 15:24:01 2005 UTC



Check out the nice purple and green rays in this pic.

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

Aurora Over the Grand Canyon...

Submitted by: The Klimowski's at Wed Oct 29 15:23:01 2003 UTC

This image was taken on the night of Oct 28/29 at about 2:00 AM local time, from Navajo Point on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Canon G2, with 0.7X wide angle adapter (ISO400, 15 sec). Wonderful night! Can't wait to get the film developed! Brian

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