Above the Twilight

Submitted by: Dennis Anderson at Tue Apr 1 21:12:01 2008 UTC

A bright veil is seen glowing above the lingering twilight in the west as high clouds still catch a little color from the fading sunset. This image is taken from east of Fairbanks, Alaska along the Chena River on the evening of March 26, 2008 using a home-built 6x7 medium format camera and Fuji Provia 100F film. Copyright (c) Dennis C. Anderson Night Trax Photography Contact at: auroradude@acsalaska.net or visit: www.auroradude.com

Aurora august 12 th 2001

Submitted by: DANIEL TARDIF at Thu Oct 2 04:44:01 2003 UTC

Aurora took with a 28 mm lens at f/2.8 with a Fuji NPH 400 film; 25 sec. exposure. The orange color is the light pollution of Quebec city that reflect in tinny clouds.

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

12 Jul 03 Aurora from Ottawa

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Sat Jul 12 19:24:02 2003 UTC

This display was most impressive despite the near full-moon and appearance of cloud cover. This 15-second image was taken about 6 km SE of Ottawa at 0511 UTC using a Canon PowerShot A-30 set at f 2.8 and ISO 200. In this image, the clouds have already moved in, but the display was holding its own with defined curtains showing great colour variation from below, and very bright "goings-on" behind the clouds. Orange cast is from the ambient light of Ottawa. About 15 minutes later, the clouds had moved off and the lower level curtains began to give way to wave-like pulsations extending to the zenith.

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren

Aurora 24/07/04

Submitted by: katkenny at Thu Aug 5 04:01:01 2004 UTC

A fast movement with red,yellow and green.

50mm/1.7f/10s 800 asa http://cf.f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/stefanelevesque

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec.

Sun Pillar

Submitted by: Lori at Sun Mar 6 16:46:01 2005 UTC

Dark clouds and a strong Sun Pillar made for an interesting sunset on Feb.10th 2005 . Copyright (c) 2005 Lori, King City Ont./Canada N44 - W079.

Eclipse

Submitted by: katkenny at Thu May 13 04:44:02 2004 UTC

Anothers photo of christmas gift

stephane levesque luceville quebec

Moose under Northern Lights

Submitted by: louis greene at Wed Feb 11 02:59:01 2004 UTC

Here is a photo of a moose browsing under the Northern Lights. With ISO 400, a full moon, and an F1.8 lens, I managed a 2 sec exposure where the moose was relatively still. When the Lights really got active the moose was long gone. I passed her going bac k to the trailhead bedded down in the snow. Amazing creatures.




KETCHIKAN AURORA

Submitted by: Polar Celts at Tue Jul 27 14:41:01 2004 UTC

I used a Canon Powershot A70 2;8f 15 second exposure. This was shot at 1:30a.m. The Aurora was not bright but very plasma-like and quickly moving. There was no color visible to the eye. I would have used a 30 exposure, however i am limited to 15 secdonds. This is my 1st attempt with a digital. Our skies were mostly blocked by cloudd cover.

Seasons Greetings

Submitted by: Arthur Howard at Sun Nov 30 01:19:01 2003 UTC

Picture taken 8/21/03,5:00 UTC OM-1 w/55mm Zuiko @ f/1.2 ,20 sec. Fuji Superia 400



Elliptical hal3-23-08 part 2

Submitted by: Michael Ellestad at Sun Apr 6 15:30:01 2008 UTC



Here we see two ellipses notice the ellipse close to the sun.

Copyright (C) Michael Ellestad

Comet NEAT

Submitted by: vjac@free.fr at Wed May 12 22:42:01 2004 UTC

>From south of France, composite 2 pictures 15s exposure with a digital camera Olympus C760 400iso fB0mm f/D=3,7 http://vjac.free.fr

Corona. April 3rd night. 11:16 PM.

Submitted by: Jeff Pederson at Mon Apr 7 19:45:01 2003 UTC



Camera setting: 8 second exposure, f2.8, ASA/ISO 400. Looking UP.

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

Mare Humboldtianum

Submitted by: Carol Lakomiak at Tue Jun 8 03:32:01 2004 UTC

Dec 28th 2003. Favorable libration brings this Mare into full view... it's the large darker grey area about 2/3 of the way down the limb. To its left is Endymion, and tucked in the lower left corner are Hercules [with central crater] and Atlas. Single image; Nikon CP4300; 8" Meade LX-10. © Carol Lakomiak. All rights reserved.



AURORA NOV 9/10 2004

Submitted by: Daniel Tardif at Wed Nov 10 21:37:02 2004 UTC

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

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

December Sunrise

Submitted by: Wade and Judy at Mon Jan 13 00:50:01 2003 UTC



Here in Western Washington in winter we are usually covered by clouds, but once in a while we get a beautiful sunrise.

Copyright Wade B Clark Jr

email: wadec41@yahoo.com

website: www.geocities.com/wadec41/NorthwestWashingtonAurora


Aurora 18/jan/2005

Submitted by: katkenny at Fri Jan 28 19:47:01 2005 UTC



When a aurora begin with force...

16mm/4f/20s 800 asa

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec Canada

Moon & Planets - April 22, 2004

Submitted by: Stan Richard at Fri Apr 23 15:56:01 2004 UTC

The new crescent moon, Venus, Mars and Saturn form a jagged line in the western twilight sky. Copyright(c)2003 Stan Richard Email: stan@nightskyevents.com - Events in the Night Sky www.nightskyevents.com




Flight to auroral zone

Submitted by: Tom Eklund at Sat Mar 1 22:51:01 2003 UTC



View out of the plane somewhere in northern Norway.

Copyright (c) Tom Eklund

18th August, 2001

Submitted by: Jean Chiasson at Fri Sep 5 23:13:01 2003 UTC

International Space Station - St-Luc (Québec) Canada - Konica Centuria 800 © Jean Chiasson jchiasson@globetrotter.net


Venus transit

Submitted by: katkenny at Wed Jun 9 04:14:01 2004 UTC

l never forget this wonderfull spectacle,a big gift. telescope 4,5p/1000mmF/8.7f + pentax me 1/125s/200 asa stephane levesque luceville,quebec

Leonid Meteors 19 Nov 2002

Submitted by: Robert B Slobins at Sun Nov 24 17:56:01 2002 UTC

From near Tipton, Iowa 19 November 2002. Two meteors. The bright one that flew away from Leo was one of the night's brightest at -6 to -7 magnitude .

A pinpoint meteor appeared near Algeiba. A third but much fainter meteor

is on the negative but has been cropped out for this image.

Equipment: Canon 24/1.4L lens on F-1n body. Exposure: f/1.4 on ISO 800

(Fuji NPZ).


Copyright 2002 Robert B Slobins/Phototake (2002-930-16)

November 7, 2004 Aurora - Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada, 11:36 PM

Submitted by: Travis Favretto at Wed Nov 10 22:42:01 2004 UTC

Canon PowerShot A60, 15 seconds at f2.8, ISO200. (c) Travis Favretto. favretto@shaw.ca

Geomagnetic Storm -- Corona II, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (0632 UTC 8 Nov 04)

Submitted by: Aaron Hywarren at Wed Nov 10 03:35:01 2004 UTC

Corona activity noted south of zenith (note Pleiades). 15 second image taken in SE suburban Ottawa at 0632 UTC on 8 Nov 04 with a Canon PowerShot A30 set at f 2.8 and ISO 200.

Copyright © Aaron Hywarren

July 1st Thunderstorm (1)

Submitted by: Guillaume Poulin at Fri Jul 23 22:56:01 2004 UTC

Mont-Mégantic, Québec, Canada

July 1st 2004, 23:20 GMT -04:00

Nikon Coolpix Digital Camera, 16 sec, F 3.3, IS0 100

poulin_guillaume@hotmail.com

Colored sunset

Submitted by: katkenny at Thu Jan 13 01:34:01 2005 UTC



Ho no,l dont move...

28mm/3.5f/1s 800 asa

Stephane Levesque Luceville,Quebec Canada

Kelowna Lightning

Submitted by: Greg Dean at Thu Sep 7 03:45:01 2006 UTC

A lightning storm travelled over Kelowna July 23, 2006. I had to wait till it got dark enough to take timed exposures. Canon AE-1, 50 mm, about 20 seconds, f/2.8. Fuji Provia 400.

(c) Greg Dean. gregdean@shaw.ca

Venus and moon - 19 February 2007

Submitted by: Beth Katz at Tue Feb 20 03:08:01 2007 UTC

Venus and Moon rearranged a day later. Note how the Moon has slipped past Venus and now is above it. 19 February 2007 about 6:15 pm EST (23:15 UT) in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (40 degrees north). Nikon Coolpix 4500, 1 sec, f 4.3, iso 400. Copyright 2007 Beth Katz, katz@cs.millersville.edu.

Aurora, Orion and the Three Sisters

Submitted by: JOHNRFLINN@aol.com at Sun Apr 3 00:34:01 2005 UTC

The geomagnetic storm of Nov 7-8, 2004 created spectacular auroral displays over the Oregon Cascades. Wave upon wave of light rippled overhead. The bright red and yellow front of light seemed to come to a stop over the Three Sisters volcanoes as Orion rose in the East. Nikon FM2 w/ 20mm Nikor at F 3.0 and about 15 seconds using Provia 400F pushed 1.5 stops. JOHNRFLINN@aol.com or CelestialScenics.com

Mammatus Clouds (1)

Submitted by: Linda at Thu May 26 18:23:01 2005 UTC

Late in the afternoon on March 12, 2005, we had sleet/rain with very dark clouds over Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. When the bright Sun popped out on the back of our house, I was hoping to see a Rainbow out front. ..But, instead these round bottomed Clouds were flying to the East. Apparently, several counties away they had a nasty Thunder Storm with their sleet/rain event. Sony CyberShot DSC F717 (c) Linda M.Sweger 2005

NOAA #661 in Hydrogen Alpha, August 18th 2004

Submitted by: Mario Weigand at Fri Aug 27 16:39:01 2004 UTC



Optic: Coronado PST Location: Germany / Offenbach am Main

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

http://www.SkyTrip.de

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