Beautiful Dawn.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Sat Feb 3 05:15:01 2007 UTC

Dawn approaches on the 31st of January 2007. The Pacific Ocean gently laps against the beach while Comet McNaught hangs gracefully in the sky above Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay. This truly remarkable comet has been a gift to astronomers and lay-people alike, the world over. Photo details: Canon 350D, 25 second exposure with a Sigma 18-125mm lens, ISO 800 @ f-3.5. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at gramy@globe.net.nz

Lunar Eclipse of 2003 november 9

Submitted by: Remi Boucher at Sun Nov 16 00:38:03 2003 UTC

Took at Mont-Megantic during the lunar eclipse of the 9 november 2003. I used my Nikon Coolpix 4500 trought a 6" newton (focal lenght : 990mm) with a 40mm eyepiece. I combined 7 pictures from partial to total eclipse. Details : From 1/38.8 sec. at f/3.7 to 1 sec. at f/3.5 . Copyright (c) Remi Boucher. Contact : scalp022@yahoo.ca

SUNDOG

Submitted by: Lori at Tue Mar 11 17:06:01 2003 UTC

On February 13th, at 8 am, I captured these intense SUNDOGS with my Yashica Zoomate105SE, a welcome surprise on a cold winter morning.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy

Red aurora, Nov 5, 2001

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sat Oct 19 05:31:02 2002 UTC

© Phil Hoffman. All Rights Reserved.

phphoto44@hotmail.com

Altocumulus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Aug 2 08:26:01 2004 UTC

A moonlit cloudscape of Altocumulus is an eerie sight in the heavens. Nikon 5400 2 sec at f2.8 ISO 400.

Aurora 11/07/04

Submitted by: ARTHUR HOWARD at Sat Dec 11 03:34:01 2004 UTC

All of the pictures on 11/7/04 were taken with either a OM-1 or OM-1n and lenses were either Zuiko 28mm f/2.8 or a 55mm f/1.2.Fifteen to twenty seconds exposure on the old formula Kodak Royal Gold 400. Copyright Black Mtn Photography 2004 darksky@ecenet.com

Aurora 16/july/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Fri Jul 29 05:08:01 2005 UTC

I join two 28mm photo together.Take with Pentax Me,28mm/3.5f/25s with 800 asa. Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Omega Over Fort Greely

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Fri Mar 14 19:14:01 2003 UTC

Here we have a classic "Omega" feature - named for the shape that resembles the Greek letter. The lights on the distant horizon are from the Fort Greely Military Reservation near Delta Junction, Alaska where our troops receive training for extreme cold weather. I even heard distant explosions on this Late-January 2003 night during some nocturnal exercises. This is also the site for the proposed Strategic Missile Defense System which is currently under construction. ' Hard to think of such things while such a peaceful auroral display is in progress.

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

AURORA NOVEMBER 9/10 2004

Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Fri Nov 12 17:49:01 2004 UTC

Beauport, Quebec. Took with a 28 mm lens and Fuji X-Tra 800 film, 17s exposure.

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

Aurora 14/april/2006

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Apr 15 05:46:01 2006 UTC



With a chance,l take these picture trought many clouds this morning. Pentax Me,16mm/4f/800 asa with 10 s Stephane Levesque Ste Luce

What you may of missed last night...

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Fri Oct 17 18:24:01 2003 UTC

All night long starting at around 8 PM. Fairbanks, Alaska. Night of Oct. 16-17, 2003.

Picture parameters: ASA 800, f4, 10 sec. exposure. Looking south. 9:23 PM. Fairbanks, Alaska.

Please respect my copyright. You may contact me at fnjjp@uaf.edu.

Venus 20th Feb 2004

Submitted by: silbernitrat@t-online.de (Jens Hackmann) at Fri Feb 27 22:45:01 2004 UTC

This is Venus on the afternoon of the 20th feb 2004. 200 pictures were taken with the Philips ToUCam Pro.

Greetings from Germany, Grüsse aus Deutschland (c) Jens Hackmann

More pics like that: http://www.kopfgeist.com

October 27, 2004 eclipse of the moon

Submitted by: Thomas Collin at Fri Nov 26 23:17:01 2004 UTC

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

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

Purple Rays

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Thu Sep 11 18:38:01 2003 UTC



Tall purple rays reach up from the tangle of boat masts and rigging and into the bowl of the "Big Dipper" in this August 22, 2003 image from Homer, Alaska Taken about 2:00a.m. local time. I had spent the last couple hours waiting for a little activity and as these rays appeared I was able to get only two shots before they disappeared again and the aurora faded. The purple itself is produced in a process called resonance scattering whereby already ionized nitrogen molecules absorb and then immediately re-emit photons in this part of the spectrum. These photons are captured from direct sunlight as it reaches the upper parts of an aurora during twilight. We do not always see the purple directly as our dark-adapted eyes are not very sensitive in this part of the spectrum. More often film, without our human limitations, will capture the faint coloring. It is only during times of extreme brightness that we may witness this color visually ourselves. This photo was taken with a 50mm lens and medium format Fuji 400F.

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

July 26 2004 Aurora

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Wed Jul 28 00:39:01 2004 UTC

Mont-Mégantic, Québec, Canada

July 25 2004, 23:16 pm GMT -04:00

Nikon Coolpix 4500 digital camera, 23 sec, F2.7, ISO 400

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Morning Companions - 9 Nov 2004

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Tue Nov 9 11:49:01 2004 UTC

Venus, Jupiter, and the Moon are companions at early morning breakfast. Photo with Nikon Coolpix 4500, 1/3 sec, f 3.3, iso 400. Copyright 2004 Beth Katz, katz@cs.millersville.edu.

Aurora Dec 20

Submitted by: Kim Randolph at Wed Dec 24 20:54:01 2003 UTC



Driving home in the early evening I watched a faint glowing arch in the northern sky and guessed that it was an aurora. My eyes could not see any color. My husband thought I was nuts - he couldn't see a thing. Once home I set up my camera on the patio to see what it could pick up. Yup! It was aurora so I set off again in the car to check it out.




October 1 2002 Aurora

Submitted by: SherryB at Tue Oct 1 20:31:01 2002 UTC

Even through moonlight and marine layer mist, the display was better than expected. Green and red colors were noticeable visually. Nice little show! Camera: Nikon FE/Nikkor 50mm @ f/2.8. Fuji Superia 800 Xtra. ~15 sec exposure. Copyright Sherry Buttnor, Metchosin BC Canada. Comments welcome at: catlover@ii.ca




Sun Pillar - 7 December 2003

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Thu Jun 2 13:19:01 2005 UTC

I have a new digital camera and grabbed it to take this picture of a sun pillar as the sun rose. It reminded me of a sword. The camera was on automatic, and I blocked the sun (somewhat) with a tree and the school building in the distance. December 7, 2003 with a Nikon Coolpix 4500. Copyright 2003 Beth Katz. katz@cs.millersville.edu.

Lightning attack

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Jun 11 12:08:01 2005 UTC

It's coming :) Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Comet Machholz, January 2, 2005

Submitted by: Wade B Clark Jr at Mon Jan 3 10:15:01 2005 UTC

Comet Machholz, taken January 2, 2005. Canon digital Rebel, 300mm telephoto lens, ISO setting of 1600, 5 minute tracked exposure.

Wade B Clark Jr

website: www.geocities.com/wadec41/NorthwestWashingtonAurora.html

e-mail: wadec41@yahoo.com

Oct. 29th 2003 aurora

Submitted by: Pierre St. Hilaire at Thu Nov 6 02:52:02 2003 UTC

A later phase of the second breakup, which lasted a whole 5 minutes. Yashica camera with 50 mm f/2 lens, Fuji Superia XTRA 800 pushed 1/2 stop, 20 sec. exposure. Copyright Pierre St. Hilaire pierre@sainthilaire.com


Spring Milky Way

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Fri Nov 11 18:45:01 2005 UTC

An early look at the Milky Way center on a spring morning.

Mont-Mégantic, Québec, Canada

April 8th 2005, 04:39 GMT -04:00

Nikon D70 DSLR, 15 minutes, IS0 640

18-70mm F/3.5-4.5 G lens at 18mm and F/3.5

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Guillaume

14/15th Oct. aurora

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Wed Oct 15 10:29:01 2003 UTC



Quite wonderful...really good aurora last night. Especially the first substorm around 18.30 UTC was one of the bests of the whole solarcycle. Full of speed and fury. It had so much moving parts that it is a wonder that it didn't die down sooner than what it actually did. ;-) This pic was taken at 22.08 UTC when had several pulsating bands going through a zenith...

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

Barnard's Legacy

Submitted by: Erwin Matys at Mon Jan 18 13:34:01 2010 UTC

atair, gamma aql and dark nebulae B412/B143 shot with an EOS 350D mod, 800ASA, 135mm lens f/4, 16x2min piggyback on ETX-90RA from lower austria, europe, in june 2008. (c) 2008 erwin matys, karoline mrazek e-mail: erwin@matys.at web: http://members.eunet.at/erwin/index.html

31 october 2003

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Sat Nov 1 22:18:01 2003 UTC

16mm fisheye or 28mm@ f 2.8 , 5 to 15 seconds , fuji superia 800 , Ile d'Orléans , 30km east of Québec city. © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

7th September, 2002

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Wed Aug 13 22:35:02 2003 UTC

Mont-Megantic National Park (Observatory) - FUJI SUPERIA 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net



The dark side of the moon

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Thu Aug 5 20:56:01 2004 UTC

Optic: Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 300mm lense Camera: Canon EOS 300D Location: Germany / Offenbach am Main

If you have questions, contact me at: MarioWeigand@gmx.de"

http://www.SkyTrip.de

Welcome to my STD page - Bienvenue sur ma page STD

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Mon Nov 20 05:29:01 2006 UTC

Welcome to my STD page. Here you will find pictures of the sky and the many phenomena which I hope will fascinate you as much as I am impressed by the celestial wonders.

For questions or comments, please contact me at this adress : poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com You can also visit my website here: http://www.astrosurf.com/megastro

Bienvenue sur ma page STD. Vous y trouverez des photographies du ciel et ce ses nombreux phénomènes qui, je l'espère, vous fascineront autant que je m'émerveille devant la beauté sans cesse renouvellée que la nature a à nous offrir.

Pour des questions ou des commentaires, contactez-moi à l'adresse suivante :poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com Vous pouvez aussi visitez mon site web ici: http://www.astrosurf.com/megastro

Aurora picture from Yellowknife

Submitted by: Andrew Eaton at Wed Oct 6 04:12:01 2004 UTC

An aurora sub storm came up and was very intense for about 10 minutes. This is a shot taken with old Giant goldmine in the background. Contact me at andrew@bigpixel.ca

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