Goring, Ontario Sunset

Submitted by: Dave Chapman at Wed Dec 17 07:41:01 2003 UTC

We were out taking pictures of scenery and we were hoping that the colour would flare up but it didn't but we still managed to get some good colour in it.

AURORA AND RED ROCKS October 01 2002

Submitted by: BOREALIS 2000 News at Wed Oct 2 09:37:01 2002 UTC

This photograph was recorded at 4:20am in Sedona, Arizona where Northern Lights are scarce. The giant red rocks are Capitol Butte (left) and Coffee Pot (right) highlighted by the moon. Nikon EM camera/50mm lens at f/1.4 - 25 sec.exposure image copyright: © Dirk Obudzinski 2002 more Aurora images at http://borealis2000.com

Tandem, October 14, 2003

Submitted by: Phil Hoffman at Wed Oct 22 06:25:01 2003 UTC

This was the first frame I exposed on this evening. At the time, I thought the bright spot above the mountain was a light which is sometimes on. When I reviewed the slides, I realized that it was Arcturus.

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

Sunrise

Submitted by: Lori at Sat Dec 20 21:19:01 2003 UTC

This sunrise looked rather "stormy" but it turned out to be a pleasant day after all. Photo detail: Yashica Zoomate 105SE - Fujicolor Superia 200 July 07 2003 at 5:30 AM, King City, Ontario.

Copyright (c) 2003 Lori Checkowy

Mars on August 28th 2005

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Thu Sep 8 19:24:01 2005 UTC





Optic: Celestron C11 XLT Carbon

Camera: DMK 21 BF04 FireWire and Philips ToUcam Pro II (webcam)

Location: Germany / Offenbach am Main



http://www.SkyTrip.de


Sunset

Submitted by: shansen at Sun Jun 29 19:18:03 2003 UTC

Sunset after the rainbow appeared. Canon ESO Fiji 400 E-XTRA (C) Russ Hansen shansen@iserve.net

Laser Beams in My Dreams

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Fri Mar 3 03:31:01 2006 UTC

This image shows the aurora in the southern sky with Orion peeking over the mountains. If you look closely you can see the twin beams of green laser light from the ALOMAR observatory on Andoya Island, Norway. I took this shot from the rocket range near Andenes using a 6x7 cm medium format camera and Kodak E200film. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography contact at auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit www.auroradude.com

Aurora 8 September 2002, 0117UTC

Submitted by: 76630,2206 at Wed Sep 11 19:13:01 2002 UTC

This was photographed from a corn field in LaOtto, IN. If you recall how Cygnus was depicted in old star atlases, you can imagine that the swan is getting its goose cooked.

Equipment: Canon F-1n body, 24/1.4L Canon lens at f/2,

20 +/- 5 seconds on ISO 800 (Fuji NPZ) film.

Copyright 2002, Robert B Slobins/Phototake (926-11)

My little gift

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Dec 31 00:41:02 2003 UTC

I took this photos the 27/dec/03 5.45 pm with 16mm/2.5f/20 sec,kodak hd 400 asa stephane levesque

October 3 , 2002

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Sun Nov 24 02:04:01 2002 UTC

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

Cosmic Storm

Submitted by: Gary Martin at Sat Jan 8 01:30:01 2005 UTC

Photograph of the aurora over the lighthouse at South Haven, Michigan. The image was made at about 3 AM November 10th. The photo was taken using a Nikon D2H DSLR body with a Nikkor 28-70 f/2.8 AF-S lens. The camera and lens were mounted on a Bogen 3021 Pro tripod with a Bogen 3039 pan/tilt head. The exposure was 8 sec at f/3.2 at iso = 400. A Singh-Ray 2 stop reverse ND grad filter was used to hold back the bright light from the catwalk leading out to the lighthouse to balance the exposure of the aurora. - the cutoff for the filter was just above the top of the lighthouse. The section of the filter at the top of the frame was optically clear.

More images at: www.coastalbeacons.com/greatlakesgallery/michigan/Aurora_Celestial_Storm/Cosmic_Storm.htm

Aurora 11/september/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Thu Nov 24 12:49:01 2005 UTC

Another picture take in my backyard.

Pentax Me with 16mm/f4/15s and 800 asa Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

katkenny@globetrotter.net

Red Belly Belts 3.

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Thu Oct 2 18:36:02 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

November 9th, 2003

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Tue Nov 11 01:27:02 2003 UTC

Sun pillar at Beauport - Québec (Canada), Fuji 800 x-tra; 200 mm @ f/3.8, 1/250 sec. ©Jean Chiasson, jchiasson@globetrotter.net


Aurora 2004 November 7

Submitted by: Remi Boucher at Fri Nov 26 04:31:01 2004 UTC

Taken near Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.

Details : Nikon D70, 18-70mm lens, f/3.5, 5 to 30sec., 400 to 1600ISO.

Copyright (c) Remi Boucher. Contact : scalp022@yahoo.ca

Diffuse aurora fills the Southern Fairbanks Sky. 10/13/06 PM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Wed Oct 18 05:04:01 2006 UTC

The blanketing diffuse aurora to the south. 15 sec. f3.5, ASA 800 fnjjp@uaf.edu

Exotic rainbow

Submitted by: Benjamin Kuehne at Sun Jan 5 14:18:01 2003 UTC



This exotic picture was taken on 03 of June 2002 in Cologne, Germany with C-4040 and ca. 150 mm. lens. It shows a divided primarly-rainbow (there was a "normal" secondary rainbow too). There are 2 other observations of this phenomena, but in fact it seems to be very rarly. More pictures of the "anomal rainbow": www.nachtwolke.de/index2.htm . Picture is copyright (c) 2002 by Benjamin Kühne


Aurora 8-30-04

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

Celestial Silhouette

Submitted by: Gary Martin at Sat Jan 8 01:03:01 2005 UTC

Photograph of the St Joseph, Michigan lighthouse and catwalk silhouetted against the aurora at about 9 PM November 9th.. The image was shot with a Nikon D2H DSLR body and a Sigma 14 mm f/2.8 ultrawide angle lens (digital equivalent 21 mm). The camera and lens were mounted on a Bogen 3021 Pro tripod with a Bogen 3039 pan/tilt head. The exposure was 25 sec at f/5 at an iso setting of 400.

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

Submitted by: Serwis www.bieszczady.pl at Mon Nov 24 10:18:02 2003 UTC

All pictures were taken on Nov 20th, 2003 in South-East of Poland. This one presents another display shot with Canon EOS500, 30", ISO800. it was really exciting experience and sure we won't ever forget it. And we are full of hope to have another chance to see auroras from our location asap! If you have any questions, drop me a line at: admin(a)poczta.bieszczady.pl. All images (C) + (P) to Stanislaw Strzyzewski / www.bieszczady.pl

3th November, 2002

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Fri Aug 15 20:51:01 2003 UTC

St-Nérée (Alphonse Tardif Observatory) - (Québec) CANADA - FUJI SUPERIA 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

Perseus and Auriga

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Sat Mar 8 21:56:01 2003 UTC

28mm @ f 2.8 piggyback on a EQ-3 motorized mount , 15 min , kodak supra 400 , anti-newton filter during 10 min

© Dominic Cantin dominiccantin@yahoo.ca

A Holy Halo

Submitted by: Linda at Mon Mar 24 18:38:01 2008 UTC

About 60 minutes before the Sun set on Good Friday.... March 21, 2008 6:21 pm Sony R1 Dauphin Co. Central Pennsylvania

Night of the Persiods

Submitted by: LeRoy Zimmerman at Wed Aug 13 03:50:01 2008 UTC

Hoping for the best, I went out into our very short Alaskan night looking for some incoming meteors. It was the first clear night in weeks, and on the drive out I saw my first star of the new winter, saw

a meteor, even a weak aurora band. When I got to my shooting location

the aurora band had vanished but I could also now see the first noctilucent clouds of this new returning darkness. I decided to shoot

the noctilucent clouds, of course hoping for an incoming meteor. But

I never saw another the rest of the night. Must be something about the

northern latitude here at 65° north. But the evening was worth putting 'on the card'. Here is what it looked like last night.

Photo ©LeRoy Zimmmerman 2008

Almost Quarter Moon

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Mon Apr 26 04:21:03 2004 UTC

Taken on a 90% humidity night on my balcony.

Prise durant une soirée où l'atmosphère était à 90% d'humidité.

Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada.

March 27th 2004, 21:25 pm GMT -05:00.

Kodak DX3900 digital camera, 1/60 sec, ISO 100 handheld trought a 4.5" newtonian reflector telescope with a 32mm eyepiece.

Guillaume Poulin: poulin_guillaume@hotmai.com

3th October, 2002

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Mon Aug 11 22:44:02 2003 UTC

Km 99, Laurentides wildelife reserve © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net

Rainbows

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Aug 18 03:17:01 2004 UTC

A modest rainbow and his faint brother at right

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

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

Country Sunset

Submitted by: Brian & David Chapman at Mon Dec 15 15:36:02 2003 UTC



This was taken in the fall. It actually had 3 phases of different colours to it. One when it was well up in the sky, another when it was just below the horizon and another flared up after that. It was one of the best evenings for getting a picture of the sunset for it gave you many opportunities to get one. Email me at northof44studios@hotmail.com if you are interested in more pictures like it.

Lion's Head Aurora

Submitted by: Dave Chapman at Wed Feb 5 05:37:02 2003 UTC

This was our last good night for Northern Lights of 2002. We have had nothing but cloud since and when it is clear there isn't any Northern Lights. What was unique about this northern lights display was the fact that at one point you could see 5 halo's and they seemed to be marching towards us, which I feel is not common for the latitude I live on because I had just never seen it quite like that before. Comment at sweet_chappy_man@hotmail.com, Thank you




Round 2. 3/11/06 AM. Fairbanks, AK.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Mon Mar 13 06:10:01 2006 UTC

After an hour or so of the aforementioned diffuse aurora, this arc pictured here burst from the western horizon and began a brief, but energetic show of sinuous arcs sporting pink fringe.

ASA 800, f3.5 6 sec.

Please respect my copyright. fnjjp@uaf.edu

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