Messier Object 57: Ring Nebula

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Mon Aug 2 13:05:01 2004 UTC

This image was taken with my Takahashi TSC-225 9 inch f/12 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope Location: Germany / Offenbach am Main If you have questions, contact me at: MarioWeigand@gmx.de" http://www.SkyTrip.de

The Dream Never Ends

Submitted by: Luis Perdigao at Sat Oct 22 14:38:01 2005 UTC

This image was taken on the night of September, 14th (2005) in a nice place, A Taste of Alaska Lodge in Fairbanks/Alaska with my beautiful wife Lia Mitsuya.To my friend Carlos Freire. I used a Kodak DX7630 fs 2.8 / 64s / iso 100 I live in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil perdigao@webminers.com.br

SUNSET AND A VISITOR!!!

Submitted by: michel tournay at Sat Jul 29 04:44:01 2006 UTC

Heres one I took of a sunset and "somebody" moved in the shot!!! Any volonteer to tell him to get out?

Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay

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



Planet Alignment 2002

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Fri Oct 1 23:45:01 2004 UTC

April 2002 planet alignment over Okanagan Lake. Nikon F70, 28mm, Fuji Provia 100.

(c) Greg Dean. gregdean@shaw.ca

Aurora 12/july/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Jul 16 12:44:01 2005 UTC

A smooth moment at shore of st lawrence river. Pentax me,16mm/35s/4f with polaroid 400 asa. Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Aurora Australis 1 Oct 2002

Submitted by: Stephen Voss at Wed Oct 2 08:48:01 2002 UTC

Taken from near Lumsden, Southland, New Zealand, overlooking the Oreti rive r Film is Kodak Supra 400, 20mm f/1.8 lens

Further images shortly to be posted at - http://homepage.mac.com/stevoss/Menu11.html

Comments welcome to stevoss@mac.com

(c) Stephen Voss


January 28 , 2003

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Tue Jan 28 18:40:01 2003 UTC

16mm @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 , © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

19th July, 2002

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Sun Aug 24 16:30:01 2003 UTC

Km 99, Laurentides wildelife reserve (Québec) Canada - FUJI SUPERIA X-TRA 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

The Moon - March 30, 2004

Submitted by: prairiejournal@prairiejournal.com at Wed Mar 31 02:26:01 2004 UTC

This photograph of the moon was taken in Bismarck, ND, at approximately 6:45 p.m. local time, March 30, 2004 (or 00:45 UTC March 31, 2004). Taken with a Pentax *ist D digital single lens reflex camera and an Orion AstroView 120 ST EQ telescope. Photo by Lyndon Anderson, Bismarck, North Dakota, USA. Copyright. http://www.prairiejournal.com

Aurora of 29 October 2003

Submitted by: Lutz.Schenk@t-online.de (Lutz Schenk) at Sun Nov 16 16:52:02 2003 UTC

Great beamers from the night of 29 October 2003 at 23:44 UTC for 20s on Fuji Provia 400F using a 24mm/1.8 lens Location: Vicinity of Wellingholzhausen, (Germany) 52.150 N 8.267 E.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lutz Schenk, Germany. Contact: lutz@lutz-schenk.de or visit: www.lutz-schenk.de


Aurora - Nov 21/03 @ 00:30 UTC

Submitted by: Peter Sproule at Sat Nov 29 22:30:02 2003 UTC

This was taken around 00:30 UTC near Uxbridge ON, which captured the sporadic activity near the end of the substorm. Canon F-1, 50 mm lens @ f/2, 20-25 second exposure on Kodak Max 800 print film.

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

Nov. 21st 2003 aurora

Submitted by: Pierre St. Hilaire at Wed Nov 26 07:33:01 2003 UTC

At 5:30 PM UTC a well defined auroral arc appeared on the NE 20 degrees above the horizon. At its best the arc covered the horizon from N to E and shot a few rays 45 deg. up in the sky. Bright areas undulated along the arc. Visually the aurora was green. The reds were just below the perception limit. It actually looked like a fairly decent South Canada aurora. Activity lasted on and off over the next 2 hours.

Yashica FX-3 camera with 50mm f/2 objective. 30 sec exposure on Provia 400F pushed 1 stop.

Star Trail Colours

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Sun Sep 13 17:00:01 2009 UTC

A 60 minute exposure showing the beautiful colours of the stars located adjacent to Vega, the bright white star. Nikon F80, Fuji Provia 400 (c) Greg Dean gregdean@shaw.ca

Aurora Nov 7, 2004 Part2

Submitted by: Wade B Clark Jr at Tue Nov 9 14:26:01 2004 UTC

Looking north at tall rays from my backyard.

(c) Wade B Clark Jr

Aurora 2 - 7 September 2002

Submitted by: A Rahm at Fri Jan 31 22:47:01 2003 UTC

Late in the evening the aurora gained some renewed strength. Nikon FE; Fuji NPZ 800. ©2002 Amber Rahm

Aurora Panorama

Submitted by: louis greene at Fri Jan 9 20:05:02 2004 UTC

This image was taken ealier this week overlooking the Chugach Mountains with a portion of the Lights from Anchorage entering the photo on the lower left. This is a composite panorama that was made by merging 2 separate photos (taken seconds apart and ro tating the camera to a different view) together in Photoshop. The angle of view is probably around 160 degrees. Due to the static nature of the auroral arc, and a little “perspective correction” with Photoshop, it comes together to “represent” the scene that played out in front of me. Though she is blurred due to movement during the long exposure, check out the Moose in the lower right of the frame just above and left of my name!




October 3 , 2002

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Thu Nov 28 20:04:01 2002 UTC

28mm @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

CZA and Film Comparison

Submitted by: A Rahm at Mon Nov 4 22:08:01 2002 UTC

This is a comparison between two circumzenithal arcs and two kinds of film. The first is from 18 September 2002 using Nikon F with 50 mm lens and Fuji Superia 200 negative film. The second is from 25 September using Nikon FE with 36-72 mm lens and Kodak 200 negative film. On both days the CZA appeared around 4:00 to 4:15 PM EDT. I noticed interesting colour differences between the films, and a slight difference in width of the arcs. ©2002 Amber Rahm

Stonehenge Aotearoa Star Trails

Submitted by: Chris Picking at Wed Sep 21 04:05:01 2005 UTC

This composite of 179 separate images shows star trails around the South Celestial pole region, the total time elapsed is 1 hour and 44 minutes. A near first quarter Moon was present which helped illuminate the foreground. Canon 10D, ISO800,18mm lens at f3.5, each exposure was 25 seconds long.
Copyright Christopher J Picking - chris@starrynightphotos.com
www.starrynightphotos.com

A colorfull sunset

Submitted by: katkenny at Mon Aug 29 17:58:01 2005 UTC

l always verry hyptnotise when l see this kind of sunset. Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Eastern Kentucky Aurora's 29th October 2003

Submitted by: Keith Arnett at Mon Nov 3 03:46:02 2003 UTC

Zoomed in on some of the red rays. Maggie Mtn. Prestonsburg, KY Minolta F300, 400ASA, F2.8, 15sec., using infrared shutter release and a tripod.

Fog optics of 10-2-04 part 2

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Sun Oct 10 03:04:01 2004 UTC

This the corona formed from the same fog that formed the car headlight fogbows. Notice the colorful concetric rings and the perfect symmetry of the corona. This corona looks so perfect it almost looks simulated.

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

A Rainbow Of Southern Fire

Submitted by: John Burt at Thu May 8 11:37:01 2003 UTC



This Auroral Arc appeared in the sky as darkness fell. This photo is a composite of 5 photos and spans approximately 120 degrees, centered due south. The island on the ocean is Stewart Island, whose Maori name is Rakiura which I am told translates to "Burning Skies" in english.

(c) John Burt e-mail: johnburt@xtra.co.nz


April 20 , 2002

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Sun Oct 27 10:00:01 2002 UTC

28mm @ f 2.8 , 25 sec , fuji superia 800 © Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

AURORA NOVEMBER 9/10 2004

Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Thu Nov 11 17:47:01 2004 UTC

Beauport, Quebec. Took with a 28 mm lens and Fuji X-Tra 800 film, 18s exposure.

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

Kp 9 subvisual aurora from nov. 20

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Mon Nov 24 20:33:01 2003 UTC



Same thing again. Persistent -50 Bz almost forced to get on the road again. On 20th of Nov 2003 there seemed to be a remote chance for starry skies in the west coast and we headed there. After some 100-150 km driving the mist and cloud cover got little thinner and revealed an large aurora in progress. Almost every time the mist overtook our observation places in just minutes, but at least i can say that i saw part of it...Although when ever it was possible to see the aurora through the mist and clouds, it was not a very good aurora. By far the most diffuse one i have ever seen and when i saw it, it was also really really faint. It was...is there some red or am i imagining the whole thing type of aurora. Yet, it was not much overhead, but far far in the south.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund

Spiritual Halo

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Sat Nov 5 08:32:01 2005 UTC



La Patrie, Québec, Canada

April 6th 2005, 16:18 GMT -05:00

Nikon D70 DSLR

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Submitted by: Chris Pretty at Fri Jul 30 21:48:01 2004 UTC

Taken July 29, 2004 @ 5:12 pm St.John's Newfoundland Canada. Canon A40 Digital, F8, 1/400 sec. It hasn't rained in days and there isn't any in the weather forecast but the rainbow appeared anyway! Copyright: Pretty Pictures. Contact mr.music@nf.sympatico.ca

Aurora weird

Submitted by: katkenny at Sat Aug 21 05:33:01 2004 UTC

l take a lot of photos of this aurora http://cf.f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/stefanelevesque

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

Auroral Glow and Lightning-lit Clouds

Submitted by: A Rahm at Fri Oct 11 17:13:02 2002 UTC

On the night of September 3-4, 2002, there was some fairly bright auroral glow (white and green at first) in the north and northeast in Rochester, VT. There were many clouds moving in and a storm brewing mostly towards the southeast. There were flickerings of lightning in clouds in the northeast as well. So I kept the camera set up and waited to get some lightning. I saw a few streaks and a meteor, but wound up with a glowing cloud. I was pleased to see that the aurora showed on the film; it was not as visible to the eye. I used my husband's Nikon F with 50 mm lens, and Kodak Gold 200. © Copyright 2002 Amber Rahm

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