By Sun 4

Submitted by: Luis Perdigao at Mon Oct 24 16:46:01 2005 UTC

A view of my window. August 2005 Barra da Tijuca Rio de Janeiro - Brazil perdigao@webminers.com.br

Venus, Crescent Moon and Mercury

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Sun Apr 25 03:24:01 2010 UTC

Venus, new crescent moon with earth shine and Mercury setting over West Kelowna and Okanagan Lake. Nikon D80, ISO 400, 70 m.m., f/4.5, 8 seconds. (c) Greg Dean gregdean@shaw.ca

Third Contact Flash Spectrum with Eclipse, 21 June 2001,

Submitted by: Robert B Slobins at Tue Oct 8 02:55:01 2002 UTC

At Kamilonga Farm, Zambia. Note the prominences reproduced in the Hydrog en and Helium lines. Jupiter is also in the field.

Equipment: Tamron 80-200/2.8 zoom lens at 150mm with B+W diffraction grating filter, Canon AE-1p body with power winder Fuji NPS film (ISO 160) pushed 2 stops, f/4, 1/60 second on a Gitzo G323 tripod with Gitzo Rational 3 head


Copyright 2001 Robert B Slobins/Phototake (2001-912-19)

AURORA 7 NOVEMBER 2004

Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Mon Nov 8 22:20:01 2004 UTC

28 mm lens, f/2.8, X-Tra 800 film, 12s exposure.

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

Image of M 35

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Fri Sep 26 01:15:03 2003 UTC

This image of M 35 has taken through a 8" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope at f/6.3. I exposed 20 minutes with a Fuji 800 film. We can see the NGC 2158.

Copyright (c) 2003 Daniel Tardif. Contact: dtardif@globetrotter.net

Mosaic of 17 Jul 03 Aurora from Ottawa

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Thu Jul 17 15:23:01 2003 UTC

A mosaic of approximately one minute of activity at 0242 UTC 17 Jul 03. The image at far right is the image posted earlier.

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren

July 26th, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Wed Jul 28 22:39:01 2004 UTC

Beauport, Quebec city - Canada - Fuji Superia X-tra 800, 28mm at f/2. 8, 25 sec. ©Jean Chiasson, jchiasson@globetrotter.net

09-07-02 Aurora #2

Submitted by: Carol Lakomiak at Sat Oct 5 21:57:01 2002 UTC



Olympus OM-1n, 28mm 2.8, Fuji 400, 12 sec

Copyright Carol Lakomiak. All rights reserved. strgzr52@hotmail.com


Aurora

Submitted by: Joachim Uhlig at Fri Dec 20 11:24:01 2002 UTC

The colorful aurora during the geomagnetic storm on April 11th 2001. Exposed at 21:28 UTC on N 51°40'52", O 7°30'12" near Selm-Netteberge, Germany. Photo detail: Canon EOS300, 28mm @ f 3.5, 40 sec, Elite Chrome 400. (C) 2002 by Joachim Uhlig

Aurora 9 march 2004

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Tue Mar 16 04:04:01 2004 UTC

Took with a 28 mm lens and a Fuji X-Tra 800 Film, 15s exposure.

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

UFO Lurking

Submitted by: Ian Cooper at Sun Sep 28 09:17:01 2003 UTC



This UFO looking lenticular cloud was part of a Nor' West arch sequence over the Tararua Ranges, Lower North Island, New Zealand. 400mm lens.

November 11 04

Submitted by: shansen at Sat Nov 13 15:54:01 2004 UTC

After all the great displays Sunday night I went out again on Thursday night and saw this one. The Aurora was totally different and still it was great to watch. Four pictures put together in Photo Stitch 15 sec. exp. F2.5 50 mm ISO 400. Canon Digital Rebel (C) 2004 Russ Hansen shansen@iserv.net

Venus Corona - 7 Dec 2010

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Thu Dec 16 13:50:01 2010 UTC

My first Venus corona although I didn't see any colors visually. I should have used ISO 400, a longer exposure, and zoomed in more. I wasn't really awake yet. Photo taken about 6:10 am EST on 7 December, 2010 from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 4 second exposure. ISO 200. Nikon Coolpix 4500. Copyright (c) 2010 Beth Katz, katz@cs.millersville.edu.

Mammatus Clouds

Submitted by: vjac@free.fr at Tue Jun 15 23:13:01 2004 UTC

Worrying mamma under cumulonimbus, over Strasbourg, FRANCE - 1994 More pics : http://vjac.free.fr

Fire During An Icy Night

Submitted by: Charles Reinert at Fri Jan 23 03:27:01 2004 UTC

This image was taken in the early morning on 22 Jan. 2004 on a farm in southwestern MN. The wind chill was -30 degrees F, and after standing outside for 45 minutes, some of that imaginary "fire" would have been most welcome to warm our freezing fingers. Kodak GC 35 mm film, f/d 1.4, 57 mm lens, 5 s exposure.


Aurora 2004-03-09

Submitted by: Daniel Girard at Wed Mar 17 15:52:03 2004 UTC



Taken just between St-Honoré de Chicoutimi and St-Ambroise, Québec, Canada

Reflex Fujica ST-801 with 24mm lens @ f/3,5 - 15 sec, Fujifilm PRESS Edition 800 Note: Now the moon thinning down the colors :(

©Daniel Girard

comments? dangir13@yahoo.ca

August 29, 2005 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 12:51 AM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Mon Aug 29 07:39:02 2005 UTC

Canon EOS 300D, 62 seconds at f4.0, ISO1600. (c) Travis Favretto. favretto@shaw.ca

Planets and Moon - 1 December 2008

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Mon Dec 1 23:46:01 2008 UTC

The Moon, Venus, and Jupiter about 17:30 EST from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Copyright 2008 Beth Katz, katz@cs.millersville.edu.

Aurora 11/7/04

Submitted by: Shawn Malone at Sat Dec 11 00:44:01 2004 UTC

Was driving south and west to avoid lake effect snow when the sky just lit up with fast moving curtains- very bright- jumped out of the car, took a few exposures, then it started snowing like heck- show over:( Taken on CR 480, Negaunee, MI. 19mm f3.5 800 sp. 15-30sec.

Mars Reflected 13 August 2003

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Sun Oct 19 20:57:01 2003 UTC



The red planet Mars is seen here near its greatest brilliancy during the recent close approach. The ruddy hue of this bright planet is most apparent in the reflection below where the light is spread out across the water so it didn't over saturate the film like the blazing planet itself did. This image is taken at Portage Lake, Alaska as the moon, low in the East, begins to paint the mountains and hanging glaciers with its own yellowish glow. I took this image with a 6x7 medium format camera and 75mm lens. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Contact at auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit www.auroradude.cpm

Algonquin Sunset II

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Wed Sep 24 20:55:01 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: pbsproule@sympatico.ca Web page: www.sproulephoto.ca © 2003 Peter Sproule

31st Aug / 1st Sep Aurora

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Sat Sep 3 22:15:01 2005 UTC



Coronal hole stream with Bz values near -20 for hours created this short but impressive and large auroral substorm. This was also my first decent to good aurora since April 2004, which did not get clouded out in the middle of the observation...usually just before the substorms. I can't say i would be utterly disappointed. ;-D

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund http://personal.inet.fi/koti/tom.eklund/aurora.html

A weak display

Submitted by: Lyndon Anderson at Sat Oct 18 01:42:01 2003 UTC

This photograph was taken sometime in September 2003. I can't even remember the night, nor do I remember seeing anything. However, this is what the film picked up. Photo by Lyndon Anderson, Bismarck, North Dakota, USA. Copyright. http://www.prairiejournal.com

Moonrise from 5-3-04

Submitted by: louis greene at Tue May 4 19:10:02 2004 UTC

The full moon rising over the Chugach Mountains in Anchorage Alaska. Canon 10D with a 200mm lens which is really equal to a 300mm lens on this camera body

Aurora Borealis over South-East Poland, the Bieszczady Mts.

Submitted by: Serwis www.bieszczady.pl at Mon Nov 24 09:34:03 2003 UTC

The displays were shot in SE of Poland in The Bieszczady Mountains on Nov ember 20th, 2003. This was a second time we have had a chance to see auro ras above our region in 2003. They were really bright and colorfull. This image was takem with traditional camera Canon EOS300 @ 28mm/f3,5 ISO800 Fuji Film 30" exposure. Sun, we want some more :-) All images (C) + (P) to Stanis³aw Strzy¿ewski / www.bieszczady.pl


Moon and Pleiades

Submitted by: Thomas Collin at Thu Jul 20 10:06:01 2006 UTC

Occultation of M45. Canon 300D on a Skywatcher 80mm.

Thomas Collin http://www.astrosurf.com/tcollin http://www2.globetrotter.net/astroccd/ftp/tcollin/imagettes/ Trois-Rivieres, Quebec

Waning gibbous moon, 17.0 days.

Submitted by: alain couture at Sat Sep 18 18:04:01 2004 UTC

I`m ready for the next lunar eclipse! :-)

Details: Canon EOS Rebel, prime focus on a 8`` telescope(f/6), 1/350 sec. - Fuji Superia 800 - 2004/09/01

Annular Solar Eclipse of 2005 October 03rd

Submitted by: Joachim Uhlig at Fri Mar 9 14:25:01 2007 UTC

Exposed at 11:03 CEST for 1/800 s with OLYMPUS C-4040 Zoom using focal length 257 mm at f-8,0, ISO200. This photo was taken near Es Cubells, Ibiza, Spain. (C) 2007 by Joachim Uhlig

Aurora 18 august 2003

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Tue Nov 4 02:15:01 2003 UTC

Took in the Laurentides Reserve Wildlife, 60 km north of Quebec city with a 28 mm lens at f/2.8. Using a Fuji X-Tra 800 film, 25 sec. exposure.

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

Daylight Aurora? Not!

Submitted by: Lyndon Anderson at Thu Jul 10 01:57:01 2003 UTC

I watched as this storm built to the west of my location and as it moved to the north. The leading edge of the rain was backlit by the setting sun. For a long time, the scene looked like auroral curtains, with many light areas and many dark areas in the western sky. If you use your imagination, you can "see" aurora in this photograph. Photo by Lyndon Anderson, Bismarck, North Dakota, USA. Copyright. http://www.prairiejournal.com

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