Halo complex - 18 December 2009

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Sat Dec 19 01:36:01 2009 UTC

We have a snowstorm coming in and had a spectacular natural halo complex this afternoon. This picture was taken with my iPhone and shows a circumzenithal arc, supralateral arc (very faintly), upper tangent arc, and colorful 22-degree halo. The halo went around the sun to the horizon. There were also sun dogs and a bright blue glow at about 60 degrees around the parhelic circle. I have movies to capture it all and better pictures on my camera. But this was probably the peak of the CZA colors. From Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Copyright (c) 2009 Beth Katz, katz@cs.millersville.edu.

July 26 2004 Aurora

Submitted by: Llolson1@aol.com at Wed Jul 28 03:37:01 2004 UTC

Lindstrom MN July 27 02:30 UTC Olympus 5050 16 seconds F1.8 ISO400

Why is there so many planes in the sky

Submitted by: Remi Boucher at Sun Oct 10 01:49:01 2004 UTC

Apparently, all these planes were coming from Europe and were passing over Sherbrooke to avoid the jet-stream. Many people in town noticed this unusual aerial traffic over our heads. I took this picture in Infra-Red (IR) with my digital camera and a special filter to block the visible light and collect only the IR light (invisible for the human eye). IR light gives a better contrast between clouds and blue sky. I counted 25 contrails in this picture.

Details : Nikon Coolpix 4500, 88A filter, f/2.9, 1sec., at 200ISO

Copyright (c) Remi Boucher. Contact : scalp022@yahoo.ca

Aurora 8/11/2004 and moon

Submitted by: katkenny at Fri Dec 3 05:28:01 2004 UTC

Moon is bright,but not enought for this aurora :) http://cf.f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/stefanelevesque

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

mail: katkenny@globetrotter.net

Venus In The Sunset

Submitted by: troybhammond at Sun Feb 29 03:04:01 2004 UTC

Looking Due West On February 27th, The Brightest Object At The Moment Was Venus, Seeing A Perfect Photo Opportunity, I Snapped This Photo Using Time Lapse Photography In The Days Waning Light. The Crescent Moon Was Above Venus This Evening As The Heavens Never Looked So Beautiful. Taken Using a Minolta DImage Z1 ASA 400 F ~2.8 30 Second Exposure ( c ) Hammond Photography 2004

Ketchikan, Alaska November 9th

Submitted by: Todd Miller at Fri Nov 12 07:16:01 2004 UTC

another picture from Ketchikan (c) 2004 PolarCelt Potography

First aurora of the season

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Tue Aug 10 08:37:01 2004 UTC



First aurora of the season. Not great, but clearly visible. Feels nice to see aurora again.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund

27 july 2004

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Aug 2 06:21:01 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

Circumzenithal Arc #2

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Feb 21 19:42:01 2005 UTC

Circumzenithal arc was still there 1 hour afer I took the picture titled " Circumzenithal Arc #1 " for more info about these formations http://www.sundog.clara.co.uk/halo/cza.htm photo details : Coolpix 4300 , 38mm @ f 4.9 , 1/228 sec. , iso 100 , 29 jan. 2005 © Dominic Cantin http://astrosurf.com/aurores http://www.pbase.com/dominiccantin

18 June 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sun Jul 27 23:07:01 2003 UTC

16mm @ f 3.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 , Val-Bélair © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

Aurora over Long Island, NY 10

Submitted by: Tim Blanco at Fri Oct 31 14:50:01 2003 UTC

Taken from a beach in Kings Park, Long Island, NY on Oct. 30 at 7:58pm. I Used My Sony DSC-F717 and Sony Wide angle conversion lens. 30 sec exposure at f2.2. timtimtj@yahoo.com




October 3 , 2002

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Tue Dec 3 21:43:01 2002 UTC

28mm @ f 2.8 , 10 - 15 sec , fuji superia 800 © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

An Imperfect World.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Wed Jun 25 08:50:01 2008 UTC

Science once held that the universe outside our world was a perfect one, with all objects out there being a glorious testament to the divine creator. That idea came crashing to earth in 1609, when Galileo Galilei pointed his home-made telescope at the moon and found it was a rugged, mountainous and cratered world. The illusion of perfection was shattered. Photo details: Canon 350D, ISO 400 @ prime focus through an 80mm Vixen refracting telescope, 1/320th second exposure. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. For more images, visit my website: http://www.skyhigh-photography.com

Saturn imaged on March 28, 2005 at 2:15 UT

Submitted by: David Kolb at Tue Mar 29 03:51:01 2005 UTC

This image of Saturn was captured by David Kolb from Lawrence, KS USA using a Meade LXD55 8" SCT and a ToUcam Pro Web camera. K3CCDTools was used to capture the video sequence and Registax was used to process the video into this image. Paint Shop Pro was used to adjust the color and NEAT image was used to filter out some of the noise. If you would like to see more of my images visit http://www.sunflower-astronomy.com. -- Internal Virus Database is out-of-date. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.308 / Virus Database: 266.8.0 - Release Date: 03/21/2005

M31, Andromeda Galaxy

Submitted by: alain couture at Thu Sep 8 13:09:01 2005 UTC

This picture shows M31, The Great Andromeda Galaxy. This spiral galaxy is located about two million light-years from Earth. Two other galaxies are visible in the frame, M32 to Andromeda`s right and M110 in the upper left.

Details: Canon 300D, prime focus on a SW 80mm ED refractor(f/7.5) on EQ3 motorized mount - 3 images at 1600 ISO(1x3 min. and 2x4min.) processed in Registax.

Ice Halos

Submitted by: Lori at Wed Apr 20 14:54:01 2005 UTC

On April 10th '05 between 11:00 am and noon we had this 22* circular halo.The small dot close to the sun is an airplane approaching Toronto. Taken with a 50mm lens and N.D.filter copyright (c)2005 Lori C, King City Ont./Canada N44 - W079

18 June 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sun Jul 27 23:07:01 2003 UTC

16mm @ f 3.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 , Val-Bélair © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

November 11 04 2

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Nov 13 16:05:01 2004 UTC

Another picture from Thursday night. The glow stayed consistent for several hours so I had the chance to find other places to take pictures from. Canon Digital Rebel ISO 400 F 2.0 13 sec. exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2004 shansen@iserv.net

Eastern Kentucky Aurora's

Submitted by: Keith Arnett at Fri Sep 13 02:02:01 2002 UTC

Another photo taken 07 September 2002

sun

Submitted by: Tony Travaglia at Fri Aug 11 19:21:01 2006 UTC

A large burnoff early in the morning caused this effect on the setting sun...as the smoke pall dispersed.Canon 300D 1000mm mirror lens

2000 Corona

Submitted by: SherryB at Fri Sep 27 07:29:01 2002 UTC

Enthusiastic auroral corona south of the zenith, photographed October 2000. Photo copyright Sherry Buttnor, Metchosin BC Canada. Camera: Nikon FE/Nikkor 50mm lens working @ f/2.8, Fuji Superia 400 color print film, ~10 sec exposure. Comments to: catlover@ii.ca




Comet Lulin Cruising through Virgo

Submitted by: Dave Miller at Wed Apr 29 16:16:01 2009 UTC

In this latest image you can see the dusty reddish anti-tail and the fainter ion tail...This has turned out to be a really pretty comet.. Location: Stillwell Ohio.. Date: 2/21/09... Temp: 15°.... Takahashi FSQ 106ED @ 530mm F5... Losmandy G11 Unguided... Canon 20D..ISO-1600.."16 X 135sec..15 Darks..20 Flats...20 Bias frames" Processed Images Plus V3.5A, PS-CS3, Stacked on comet nucleus... Copyright (c) 2009 Dave Miller.

sunrise

Submitted by: Tony Travaglia at Sun Feb 3 01:01:01 2008 UTC

A hot day followed this reddish sunrise, with the lenticular clouds standing guard it was a very pleasant morning. Canon 40D 300mm lens at 250mm

Moon Setting

Submitted by: louis greene at Tue Jun 29 07:55:01 2004 UTC

This is NOT a double exposure. It was taken on a backpacking trip this weekend in Alaska. My friend is way far away on a rock and I am shooting with a lens equivalent to 440mm. Canon 10D, 200mm lens with a 1.4 tele


NOCTILUCENT CLOUDS # 1

Submitted by: michel tournay at Sat Jul 16 07:24:01 2005 UTC

If you are in the 50 to 65 degres latitude, sometimes, in the summer, a phenomrnon called the noctilucent clouds can be seen. They are clouds that are very high (80 km up in the air) and those clouds reflect the sunlight after it has set and is between 6 and 12 degres below the horizon. Thats why you need to be in the higher latitudes. Too low and the sky will be too dark, too high and the sky wont be dark enough to see them! I'm at 53.5...lucky enough to see them! Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay

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



Leonid Meteor 19 Nov 2002

Submitted by: Robert B Slobins at Sun Nov 24 18:01:01 2002 UTC

From near Tipton, Iowa 19 November 2002. During the peak of the 1866 stream, high clouds started to cover the sky. This -5 magnitude fireball

was able to penetrate the haze.

Equipment: Tamron 17/3.5 lens on Nikon F-2 body. Exposure: f/3.5 on IS O 800 (Fuji NPZ).


Copyright 2002 Robert B Slobins/Phototake (2002-929-03)

Mountain Lights

Submitted by: louis greene at Mon Feb 16 01:37:01 2004 UTC

This image was taken on Feb 11th (technically the 12th most likely) There was no moon so the foreground is dark despite the snow. The Lights got pretty good for a few spells but there was just enough of a really thin and high cloud layer to affect the cl arity. Yet, as always it was great to be out and see the action.




November 20/2003 #2

Submitted by: SherryB at Thu Nov 20 12:24:02 2003 UTC

Camera: Canon PowerShot A70, ISO 200. Copyright © Sherry Buttnor, Metchosin BC. N48.4 W123.6 Comments: catlover@ii.ca


Sept. 3rd 2002

Submitted by: Carol Lakomiak at Sat Apr 10 22:02:02 2004 UTC

Olympus OM-1n, 28mm at 2.8, Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 ISO, 30 seconds. © Carol Lakomiak. All rights reserved.

Tail Light Star Trails

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Thu Sep 30 23:39:01 2004 UTC

After 30 minutes, a vehicle drove by providing the tail lights. The background sky is experiencing some light pollution from nearby Kelowna, B.C. Nikon F70, 28mm, f/3.5, 30 minutes, Fuji Sensia 400.

(c) Greg Dean. gregdean@shaw.ca

<-- Previous Page | Next Page -->

Click here to display images sorted by Theme

For an index of all available images, click here to browse our gallery.
To submit your own images to this gallery, click here.

All images provided above are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Contact the owners for authorization prior to using any of these images.

This service is provided as-is by Solar Terrestrial Dispatch. We take no responsibility for the content posted here.
If offensive material is found, please notify STD@Spacew.Com immediately.