Pure red - 2003 October 30th

Submitted by: Ulrich Rieth at Sat Nov 15 15:07:04 2003 UTC

The maximum of the brightest substorm of the Great October Storm. Exposed on October 30th 2003 at 21:29 UTC for 20s on Fuji Provia 400F using a 16/2.8 lens. © 2003 by Ulrich Rieth, http://www.ulrich-rieth.de

Aurora over Deventer, Holland

Submitted by: Jeroen Kloppenburg at Sat Jan 22 02:55:01 2005 UTC

Canon 300D, 1600ISO, f4.0, 15 seconds. More of this show at: http://asmo.irc-junkie.org/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=21january2005-aurora

Jeroen Kloppenburg http://www.spaceweather-chat.info/

Stonehenge Aotearoa.

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Mon Feb 7 09:09:01 2005 UTC

This modern-day stone circle is situated at the Stonehenge Aotearoa Astronomy Centre, Near Carterton, New Zealand. Built by members of the Phoenix Astronomical Society, it is intended to be used as an educational tool, to show how the heavens were, and still can be used for navigation and time keeping. The official opening is on February 12, 2005. See this link for more details: http://www.astronomynz.org.nz/stonehenge/stonehenge.htm. Photo details: Minolta camera, 47 minute exposure with a 20mm lens @ f-3.8, Fuji Provia 400F slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at skyhi_1972@yahoo.com.au

Red Belly Belts 1.

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Thu Oct 2 18:06:01 2003 UTC



These red belly belts were seen above most of the Finland on 24/25 of September 2003. This gave also a good lesson for any mid lat. aurora watcher, since the red belly belts seen in these photos were maybe about +800 km away from my location. Also, i must say that these reds were maybe the brightest reds that i have ever seen on the lower edge of the aurora here.

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

22th October, 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Thu Oct 23 23:03:01 2003 UTC

Val-Bélair (Québec) Canada - Fuji superia x-tra 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net


Wargentin Group

Submitted by: Carol Lakomiak at Mon Jan 24 05:19:01 2005 UTC

Taken April 2nd 2004; Single image; Nikon CP4300; 8" SCT. © Carol Lakomiak. All rights reserved.

Aurora 8-30-04

Submitted by: Lorie Giebel at Tue Aug 31 11:28:01 2004 UTC

November 4th, 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Wed Nov 5 01:53:01 2003 UTC

Km 99 - Laurentides Wildlife Reserve - Québec (Canada) ©Jean Chiasson, jchiasson@globetrotter.net


AURORA 7 NOVEMBER 2004

Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Mon Nov 8 21:51:01 2004 UTC

28 mm lens, Fuji X-Tra 800 film, 12s exposure. Copyright (c) Daniel Tardif. dtardif@globetrotter.net

Aurora 29th October 2003

Submitted by: Katja Gottschewski at Sun Nov 16 17:20:04 2003 UTC

Location: Bodø, Northern Norway. Photo details: 20mm/f1.8, about 6 sec., Fuji ProviaF 400. (c) Katja Gottschewski, 2003 http://home.online.no/~khgott/index-en.html



Autumn Aurora

Submitted by: Robyn Holwell at Tue Mar 16 00:19:01 2004 UTC

Autumn 2003, Trans Labrador Highway outside Cartwright, Labrador. Canon 35-80mm, @ f4.0, 15 sec.,Kodak Royal Gold 200. Copyright (c) Robyn Holwell. Contact me at robyn.holwell@nf.sympatico.ca



Red Sunset

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Mon Oct 16 05:37:01 2006 UTC

Date/Time09-Sep-2006 19:10:00 MakePentax ModelPENTAX *ist DS Flash Used No Focal Length300 mm Exposure Time1/125 sec Aperturef/5.6 ISO Equivalent200 Exposure Bias+1 to see my recent pictures http://minilien.com/?62e3qAfxRg © Dominic Cantin http://www.pbase.com/dominiccantin

December 15, 2006 (1216 UTC)

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at Mon Dec 18 09:00:01 2006 UTC

This ray lingered briefly near the Southern constellation, Grus. The first decent aurora of solar cycle 24 lasted only a few minutes, but it was worth the wait. Photo details: Canon 350D, 48 second exposure with a Canon EF 20mm lens, ISO 800 @ f-2.8. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at gramy@globe.net.nz

Comet Hale-Bopp

Submitted by: SherryB at Sat Mar 22 03:12:01 2008 UTC

Almost didn't get this comet. Cloudy weather and other commitments conspired to keep me away from the camera for much of Hale-Bopp's appearance. Then it all came together and I was able to image the comet from my back yard one beautifully clear April evening. Camera: Nikon FE/Nikkor 50mm lens. Fuji 400 film. 10 minute guided piggyback exposure. Copyright © 1997 Sherry Buttnor, Metchosin BC Canada. Comments: popokinui@shaw.ca


"SMOKE COMING OUT OF TEEPEE!"

Submitted by: michel tournay at Mon Nov 3 01:28:03 2003 UTC

This one is over the community center in Chisasibi, James-Bay, Quebec.

Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay

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

Aurora June 17th, 2003

Submitted by: Lori at Thu Jun 26 21:40:02 2003 UTC

This was the final stage of activity on June 17th, 4:45 UTC over the Greater Toronto Area. 28mm lens @ f2.8, 15-20 second exposure. Fuji 800 Superia X-tra.

Copyright (c) Lori Checkowy 2003.

Sun Pillars January 2004.

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Jan 25 23:46:02 2004 UTC

In order to capture these sun pillars it took some fast camera-work. Standing on a hill in blustery cold wind was no fun, but these pillars were unusually tall, so I just had to be there!

Copyright (c) 2004 Lori Checkowy

March 19th, 2006 Aurora

Submitted by: John Carlson at Sun Mar 19 14:59:01 2006 UTC



We saw a nice subtle show this evening caused by flow from a coronal hole. It started with a bow about 04:30 UTC. It broke up briefly, went back to a bow, and then broke up again into discrete rays, lasting 45 minutes. Not a lot of activity, but it was FUN to see lights again.

Twilight Pass of the International Space Station

Submitted by: Linda at Thu May 26 16:26:01 2005 UTC

On June 9, 2003 during a monthly meeting of an Astronomy Club my Husband and I belong to, I was surprised by this nice Twilight pass of the International Space Station traveling past Corvus. I exposed for 20 seconds which created an almost Sun/Daylight appearance to the Moon. I just happened to have my Sony CyberShot DSC F717 mounted on a Tripod. Just Luck. (c) Linda M. Sweger 2003

Aurora 2004-11-08

Submitted by: Thomas Collin at Sat Nov 20 02:48:01 2004 UTC

Nov 8, 2004 Minolta SRT-102 200 ISO film

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

December 27 , 2002

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Fri Dec 27 17:21:01 2002 UTC

16mm fisheye @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 , between 4:30 and 7:30 UT December 27 , 2002 © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

conjuction aurora - Nov 9, 2004

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Sun Nov 14 05:18:01 2004 UTC



For a short period on the morning of Nov 9 the clouds cleared just in time to catch an aurora streaking by the moon, Venus and Jupiter. Jupiter, unfortunately was too close to the moon to be visible in this 15 second exposure on Provia 400F with a 20mm lens at f/2.8. This was made a few minutes after the previous photo.



© Phil Hoffman. All Rights Reserved. phphoto44@hotmail.com


The Sun through the buildings

Submitted by: Luis Perdigao at Wed Nov 16 12:43:01 2005 UTC

This image was taken on the afternoon of November, 15th (2005). Barra da Tijuca – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil 22º 54’ S - 43º 12’ W

Aurora -Nov 7/04

Submitted by: James H at Sat Nov 20 07:35:01 2004 UTC

Canon A60, f2.8, 15 seconds, ISO 200, with .7x wide converter. (c) James Hamilton. jnh30@hotmail.com

July 3th, 2005

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Fri Jul 8 14:03:01 2005 UTC

Sun Pillar at St-Tite (Mauricie) - Québec (Canada); Konika Dimage Z2 ©Jean Chiasson - jchiasson@globetrotter.net www.pbase.com/jeanchiasson

Annular Solar Eclipse of 2005 October 03rd

Submitted by: Uhlig, Joachim at Fri Mar 9 08:46:01 2007 UTC



Exposed at 11:01 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

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Bright Rayed Band

Submitted by: Wade B Clark Jr at Mon Jul 18 14:55:01 2005 UTC

This was the brightest part of the display, the arc/band developed very bright rays momentarily.

Wade B Clark Jr

e-mail: wadec41@yahoo.com

Aurora 11/september/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Oct 1 05:05:01 2005 UTC

A great feeling l resent when l remember this aurora :) Pentax me,16mm/4s/4f with 800 asa. Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Iridescent Clouds

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Wed Oct 6 17:27:01 2004 UTC

Iridescent clouds. Nikon F80, 50 mm, polarizing filter. Fuji Provia 100.

(c) Greg Dean. gregdean@shaw.ca

Corona, Arc, Sundog

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Sat Mar 28 04:38:01 2009 UTC

A solar corona is visible as a ring around the sun and with a brighter arc at top. A sundog is visible at the left of this image looking west across Cook Inlet from near Homer, Alaska on the evening of March 27, 2009 (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography contact at auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit www.auroradude.com

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