Weak Aurora November 2, 2002 in Luebeck (Germany)

Submitted by: Torsten Lohf at Fri Dec 20 17:47:03 2002 UTC

This photo was taken with my digital camera Olympus C-4040, f/1.8, 35mm, 16 sec. You can see a very weak aurora in northern germany. More photos and an animation of this aurora can you see on homepage.

http://www.aurora.a-s-t-r-o-n-o-m-i-e.de/pic/021102/index.ht ml

cs, Torsten

July 24, 2004 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 11:13 PM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Wed Nov 10 21:37:02 2004 UTC

Canon PowerShot A60, 15 seconds at f2.8, ISO200. (c) Travis Favretto. favretto@shaw.ca

Keeps turning, on and on...

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Sat Nov 5 09:37:01 2005 UTC



Mont St-Joseph (Mont-Mégantic), Québec, Canada

August 5 2005, 01:56 GMT -05:00

Nikon D70 DSLR, 12 sec, F6.3, IS0 200

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Aurora Borealis

Submitted by: srt at Wed Nov 10 23:48:01 2004 UTC

Aurora Borealis from Akron, Ohio, November 9, 2004, 11:07PM EST. Taken with Gateway DC-T50 Digital Camera, 8 second exposure, ISO 100, F2.8

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

8 november 2004

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Nov 15 06:36:01 2004 UTC

What you see in this corona ? ;) . photo details : 20mm@ f 2.5 , 15 sec , fuji superia x-tra 800 for more images of that night http://www.pbase.com/dominiccantin/8novembre2004 © Dominic Cantin http://astrosurf.com/aurores http://www.pbase.com/dominiccantin

June 20th, 2004

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sun Jun 20 22:50:01 2004 UTC



St-Camille at 130 km S-E of Québec city - Canada - Kodak Supra 400, 16mm at f/4, 20 min. ©Jean Chiasson, jchiasson@globetrotter.net


Aurora seen from the boat, 2002/11/11

Submitted by: Katja Gottschewski at Sat Dec 21 23:19:01 2002 UTC

This picture is taken from the "Hurtigruten", the Norwegian Coastal Express, between Stamsund (Lofoten) and Bodø, on 11/11/2002. Photo details: 20mm/f1.8, 4 sec., Fuji ProviaF 400.

(c) Katja Gottschewski, 2002

http://home.online.no/~khgott/Aurorapage.html


Emerald Lake aurora #3 Sept 23, 2001

Submitted by: dvier at Wed Oct 23 07:08:01 2002 UTC

View to the southeast of red auroral beam at Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada taken on Sept 23, 2001 at about 7:15 UT. By this time the beam extended to both horizons, but as I recall was dimmer overhead than at either horizon. Fuji Superia 800 film, 21-35mm lens at f/3.5 for 1 minute. Copyright (c) 2001 David Vier

Eastern Kentucky Aurora's

Submitted by: Keith Arnett at Thu Sep 12 18:49:01 2002 UTC

This photo was taken Sept. 8th 01:15 UTC N37.38 W82.41 This was a rare display which lasted about 30 minutes Lens 50mm, F2.8, Kodak ASA800, 15sec Keith Arnett email kapcuc@bellsouth.net

aurora 7/11/04

Submitted by: Shawn Malone at Wed Dec 8 04:30:01 2004 UTC



An interesting corona, I love the colors, but the picture is overexposed because the true color was a redish magenta corona. It was a gorgeous site to behold, although I didn't capture the true colors on film.

Copyright Shawn Malone www.lakesuperiorphoto.com


Polar training and aurora 2003 september 18

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Fri Nov 7 04:20:03 2003 UTC

Took in the Jacques-Cartier Valley, 30 km north of Quebec city. I used a 28 mm lens with a Fuji X-Tra 400 film, 25 min. exposure.

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

Heading for the zenith - October 8/02

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Tue Jan 7 22:39:01 2003 UTC

I finally had time to view the slides taken during the early morning of October 8th. This was taken around 0530 UTC. The clouds, alas, have not cooperated since this date. This scan of a slide shows the aurora starting to climb to the zenith during the early morning show. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 15-20 second exposure on Kodak EliteChrome 400 slide film. Comments can be sent to: pbsproule@sympatico.ca

DARK SKY # 1

Submitted by: michel tournay at Sat Aug 25 13:06:01 2007 UTC

Last week, the sky was absolutely black on my way back to James-Bay. No cities from miles away! Time to have some fun with the sky! No telescopes, but only my camera gear! About 2 min exposure on 3200 ASA equivalent, 10.5mm fisheye f2.8 Can you spot Andromeda?

Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay

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

Jupiter and Venus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 5 20:28:01 2004 UTC

A break in the cloud revealed the two planets close to each other in the morning sky.Canon 300D, lens 300mm, the exposure 1.5 stops underexposed.

December 8th, 2001

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Feb 26 04:50:04 2004 UTC

Ocean clouds at 27 000'; Flight L.A. - Toronto by Air Canada - Kodak 1000 Jean Chiasson, jchiasson@globetrotter.net

cloud

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue May 18 08:36:01 2004 UTC

A very colourful irridescent cloud display in the heavens after 4 days of inclement weather, was a welcome sight. Nikon 5400 80mm zoom ISO 50 1/4000 sec @ f7.7

August 24, 2003 17:09 UTC

Submitted by: Andrew K. at Thu Aug 28 18:26:01 2003 UTC

The only show in town. Dawson Creek, British Columbia. First in a sequence of three. Olympus Camedia C-740 Exposure 13 s, f2.8 Original image resolution: 2048 X 1536 Contact: akay@istar.ca

Moonrise with green rim

Submitted by: Lori at Tue Mar 22 17:27:01 2011 UTC



Narrow green rim can be seen around top section of this rising Moon on March 19th 2011 at 8:00p.m. local time. Pentax K20D with 300mm lens, f:5.6 1/250sec. ISO800 exposure. Copyright (c) 2011, Lori C, King City Ontario/Canada N44 - W079

Sun halo - take 1

Submitted by: alain couture at Sat Sep 18 17:54:01 2004 UTC

My first sun halo pictures! Even if i had a 800 ISO film into my camera, the results are not too bad. :-)

This picture and the next one were taken at Quebec city(Canada) on 2004 September 8 th.

Details: Canon EOS Rebel, 28mm lens at f/22, 1/2000 sec. - Konica Centuria 800 ISO.


Eclipse Montage - July 2000 Lunar Eclipse.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Sat Apr 8 06:45:01 2006 UTC

This series of images were taken on July 16, 2000. Starting at 10:47 UTC and lasting until 17:04 UTC. This was dubbed as the "thousand year eclipse" because it was the longest lunar eclipse for a thousand years... Totality, when the entire moon was in shadow, lasted 1 hour and 47 minutes. During this time, the moon turned an eerie copper colour and looked more like Mars than our usual lunar neighbour... The eclipse was also accompanied by a beautiful display of meteors from three showers. Truly a night to remember. Photo details: The pics were taken east of Palmerton North, New Zealand, with a Minolta SLR camera @ prime focus through a home built 6" telescope. The exposures ranged from 1/250th to 1 second. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. I can be contacted at gramy@globe.net.nz

Moderately active, for a while. 9/18/06 PM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Tue Sep 19 17:42:01 2006 UTC

Nothing at 10 PM, but around 11 PM, there was something cooking. I grabbed a camera but it never really wound up again on my watch (till 12:30 AM.) Where? In Fairbanks, Alaska -- where else? 20 sec. f3.5, ASA 800

Aurora 27/07/04

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Jul 28 12:03:01 2004 UTC

l dont see stars because the sky is cloudy,but l can see aurora behind clouds.A verry amazing phenomen.

50mm/1.7f/10s at 800asa

http://cf.f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/stefanelevesque

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec

Old Glen Aurora

Submitted by: louis greene at Sun Jun 6 19:03:01 2004 UTC

This image was taken in the fall of 2002 during a pretty active display. I don't remember if it was a CME or just a solar wind, but it got really nice. Taken in Alaska with an Elan 2 and a 50mm 1.8 lens. Fuji Sensia 100 + 1stop


Aurora of September 18th

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Mon Sep 29 02:26:02 2003 UTC

This was taken between 05:30 and 6:00 UTC near Cannington ON, and although the last quarter moon lit the sky, the aurora was easily visible to the naked eye although it was starting to fade. I'm surprised at the detail and colour that was captured, although print film seems to capture more detail and is easier to scan. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 15-20 second exposure on Kodak EliteChrome 400 slide film.

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

Milky Way south of Casseopia

Submitted by: Arthur Howard at Sat Aug 9 23:54:01 2003 UTC

This is one of about 20 pictures I got in between substorms while doing aurora pictures on 7/27/03. All pictures on 7/27-28 were Kodak Max 400 OM-1,55mm f/1.2 lens, 30 sec

September 7 , 2002 #1

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Wed Sep 25 00:12:01 2002 UTC

This picture ( and the 5 following ) have been took by my friend Jean Chiasson on september 7 , 2002 at Mt-Megantic ( 1100m elevation ). photo detail : 28mm @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net http://cf.photos.yahoo.com/jeanchiasson2002


January 25th 2005 Full Moon

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Mon Jan 31 03:24:01 2005 UTC

The first full Moon of 2005.

Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada

January 25 2005, 20:31 GMT -04:00

Nikon D70 DSLR, 1/1250 sec, IS0 200 at prime focus of a 200 mm Newtonian reflector.

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Another one of the bow in front of the hill

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Sat Jun 4 03:40:01 2005 UTC



This one shows the bow in front of the wooded hills. I used the unsharp mask feature of Photoshop 6 to bring out the colors of the bow a bit

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

Zenith 3 11/20/03

Submitted by: Arthur Howard at Wed Nov 26 02:32:02 2003 UTC

Another zenith shot from 11/20/03 OM2N....28mm F/2.8 Zuiko wide open,20 sec,Fuji Superia 800

Lightning 24/june/2002

Submitted by: stephane levesque at Sat Jun 5 04:12:01 2004 UTC



In summer 2002,a very busy night for a photograph:lightning

pentax me 50mm/1.7f/ about 45s

stephane levesque luceville,quebec

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