Valentine's Day Sunset

Submitted by: Wade B Clark Jr at Sat Feb 26 14:40:01 2005 UTC

Sunset from Cockreham Island, february 14, 2005

Copyright Wade B Clark Jr

In Remembrance

Submitted by: WIlliam L Reyna Jr at Wed Sep 10 06:05:01 2003 UTC

This image was part of a self assignment to photograph the sun rising behind various structures of the NYC skyline. In this case, about 13 miles out. Nikon 1000mm lens. Bill Reyna / Wayne, NJ

Saturn, Moon, and Venus above Oak Tree

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Tue Jun 19 15:51:01 2007 UTC

Saturn, the Moon, and Venus the next evening above an oak tree. I wanted a matching dogwood picture, but the wind made the leaves too blurry. 18 June 2007 about 9:22 pm EDT in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Nikon Coolpix 4500, 1 sec, f 3.7, ISO 400. Copyright 2007 Beth Katz,

Aurora 7/August/2006

Submitted by: katkenny at Thu Aug 10 02:49:01 2006 UTC

I can see a little aurora but cloud is comming. Pentax Ist Dl2,16mm/30s/4f at 800 asa

Stephane Levesque Ste Luce Quebec,Canada

Happy New Year!!!

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Wed Jan 1 19:34:01 2003 UTC

Picture was taken last night in crisp -30 C (-22 F) weather.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund


Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 5 20:34:01 2004 UTC

The town was enveloped in this clearly defined fog band, for 3 hours, otherwise a nice day.Nikon 5400 camera, lens at 28mm.

Elliptical halo 3-23-08 part 6

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Sun Apr 6 15:52:01 2008 UTC

Here you can see a bluish ellipse close to the sun, a fragment of a second on the right side and finally a larger outer third.

Copyright(C) Michael Ellestad

3/4 Oct. 2002

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Wed Oct 16 14:32:01 2002 UTC

Under similar belts like this one, there must have been glorious corona formation up north and...there was. So they say, men and women of the big north. Here in south Finland there was "just" these belts, many many many of them that evening.

Copyright (c) 2002 Tom Eklund More pics (quite soon) at


Submitted by: michel tournay at Mon Nov 3 00:56:04 2003 UTC

This one shows Hale-Bopp over the La-Grande river in James-Bay, Quebec. I used a hand-held flash to get the tree.I'm sure I won't be able to see this for a while.(Hale-Bopp is coming again in 4000 years!)


©Michel Tournay or visit:


Submitted by: Tony Travaglia at Fri Sep 8 19:53:01 2006 UTC

With the dawn chorus to accompany me it was indeed a pleasure to be able to get a shot of the eclipse....1000mm Rubinar mirror lens 1/60 sec ISO 400

aurora in saranac lake ny jan/17/05

Submitted by: at Sun Jan 23 18:24:01 2005 UTC

AURORA AT 33 000 FT # 3

Submitted by: michel tournay at Sat Jun 18 04:58:01 2005 UTC

This one shows the beginning of a bluish aurora in the center and we can also see the red giant "Capella" dancing with the planes turbulence. Note that the city lights below are dancing in the same matter! Enjoy!

©Michel Tournay or visit:

Noctilucent Dawn

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Fri Sep 28 21:18:01 2007 UTC

Around 4:00 a.m on August 11, 2007 a nice display of noctilucent or "night shining" clouds was painting the northeastern horizon. I photographed it from the Twenty Mile River about an hour southeast of Anchorage, Alaska using a Pentax 67 with a 105mm lens and Fuji Velvia 100 film. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: or visit:

Noctilucent Clouds

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Thu Jul 14 16:14:01 2005 UTC

A nice display of NLC I saw at St-Michel de Bellechasse ( 35km east of Quebec city ) on 12 July 2005 , it's the second time I see the NLC ! photo details : 18mm @ f 3.5 , 8 sec , iso 400, Pentax *Ist Ds ... 3 other pictures available here © Dominic Cantin

"Aurora Dawn"

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Tue Sep 1 20:24:01 2009 UTC

Solar cycle 23 began in June of 1996 and was already well under way when I took this image 11 years ago on August 26, 1998 from Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. We were already having large sunspots accompanied by major flares and it only got better and better. It would be nice for the current cycle 24 to be in a similar part of its cycle but the slowest solar minimum in 100 years continues as of this writing. It seems that there is plenty of time lately to reflect on past auroras and dig through the acrhives for these gems. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: or visit:

Iridescent Clouds

Submitted by: Dominic Cantin at Tue Mar 8 05:23:01 2005 UTC

I saw many time these iridescent clouds but it's the first time that I photograph them successfully with decent results ;) for more images and details under the EXIF , go here © Dominic Cantin

Panorama of red Aurora in The Netherlands

Submitted by: Jan Eric Krikke \(Aviaworld\) at Tue Jan 25 20:55:01 2005 UTC

Red arc near the city of Meppel in the Netherlands on january 21st 19:50. Four pictures are stitched together to create this panorama. Camera: Fuji Finepix S602 Zoom All 4 pictures: 35mm, 200ISO, 8 sec, F2.8.

Jan Eric Krikke,

September Aurora

Submitted by: shansen at Fri Sep 19 02:20:01 2003 UTC

The place where I usually take pictures from this year is now a corn field . So last night to get to get any pictures I had to set the camera and tripod on top of one apple crate and stand on another one to see above the corn. Hope there's more tonight! Canon ESO 50mm f1.8 20 sec. exp. (C) Russ Hansen 2003

Aurora - Pacific County, WA 11/08/04

Submitted by: Jody Spurrell at Wed Jul 12 20:00:01 2006 UTC

Canon Powershot s50 - 10 to 13 sec. Exposure - F2.8 - ISO400 Copyright (c) 2003 Jody Spurrell.

Aurora 2003-11-17

Submitted by: (Daniel Girard) at Thu Dec 11 01:30:02 2003 UTC

Taken in St-Honoré de Chicoutimi, Québec, Canada

Reflex Fujica ST-801 with 24mm lens @ f 3,5 - 15 sec, Fuji superia x-tra 800 Note: You can easily see the Ursa Major constellation in the left ©Daniel Girard


Fairbanks aurora Mar 18, 2002

Submitted by: dvier at Mon Nov 25 08:15:01 2002 UTC

Colorful aurora viewed from the mountains north of Fairbanks, Alaska on Mar 18, 2002. The 3-hour K-index (planetary and at College station) was K=0 during the time the aurora was observed! Fuji Superia 400 film, 28mm lens at f/2.8 for approx 30 sec. Copyright (c) 2002 David Vier

April 2002 Aurora

Submitted by: SherryB at Fri Sep 27 22:32:01 2002 UTC

Photographed April 18 2002. Camera: Nikon FE/Tamron 28mm @ f/2.5. Kodak MAX 400 ~10 sec exposure. Comments welcome:

Eastern Kentucky Aurora's 11/10/2004

Submitted by: Keith Arnett at Thu Nov 11 01:33:01 2004 UTC

This was taken at 3:30AM 11/10/2004 on Maggie Mtn. in Prestonsburg, KY The rapid movement and pulsing were of the highest intensity that I could ever imagine! Minolta F300, 15sec, F2.8

Copyright (c) 2004 Keith Arnett Contact:

Aurora. October 29th 2003 (0839 UTC)

Submitted by: Graham Palmer at rJ Jul 23 0000:23:02 2004 UTC

After the twilight glows, there was a period of little activity. I feared that the show might whimper out. I needant have worried: At 0828 UTC the sky came to life like someone had switched a light on! The obvious red glow back lit some cloud that had gathered during the lull, showing the contrast between black and the vibrant colours of this aurora. Photo details: Minolta camera, 30 second exposure with a 28mm lens @ f-2.8, Kodak Elitechrome 200 slide film. Image copyright to Graham Palmer. Contact me at

Sun pillar

Submitted by: Joachim Uhlig at Tue Apr 8 10:45:03 2003 UTC

This photo (my first sun pillar) was taken on tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 05:09 UTC in Bergkamen-Oberaden, Germany. Exposed for 1/800 s with OLYMPUS C-4040 Zoom using focal length 103 mm at f-10,0, ISO400. (C) 2003 by Joachim Uhlig

Aurora 2003 september 18 in the Jacques-Cartier Valley

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Fri Nov 7 03:57:01 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 sec. exposure.

Daniel Tardif (c) Contact:

Aurora - South Bend, WA 10/31/03

Submitted by: Jody Spurrell at Mon Nov 3 18:32:01 2003 UTC

Canon Powershot s50 - 10 to 13 sec. Exposure - F2.8 - ISO400 Copyright © 2003 Jody Spurrell.

May 21 Aurora

Submitted by: shansen at Thu May 22 15:47:01 2003 UTC

First digital picture of Auroras that I've taken. Minolta Dimage F100, four seconds at f2.8 iso 800. Taken at 10:45 edt May 21. It was a nice display and a chance to try a digital camera. Clear Skies and Good luck to all. Walker Mi. (C) Russ Hansen

2th December, 2000

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Tue Sep 9 01:05:02 2003 UTC

Orion - 200 mm, f/3.8, 15 min. St-Nérée (Québec) Canada - Fuji superia 800 © Jean Chiasson

Stofler and Maurolycus

Submitted by: Carol Lakomiak at Tue Aug 10 03:31:01 2004 UTC

June 24 2004. These two craters are located in the battered southeastern Lunar highlands. Single image; Nikon CP4300; 8" SCT. © Carol Lakomiak. All rights reserved.

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