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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 23.06.2015, 12:28 | Message # 496
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astroniki, this makes me speechless. smile

Unrelated, did anyone else get to see the aurora last night? We had quite the geomagnetic storm, and from here in Washington the lights were very bright, shifted rapidly, and sometimes spread past zenith. Probably the best show in this area in many years.








 
midtskogenDate: Tuesday, 23.06.2015, 13:07 | Message # 497
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Over here the northern sky looks like this at midnight these days...


Perhaps, using photography and clever image processing, it could be possible to extract some aurora from the southern sky if present there even with the sun 6 degrees below the horizon, but I doubt it.

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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 23.06.2015, 15:41 | Message # 498
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Why don't you do a stream on YouTube/Twich and we go through the universe all together?

You can't see images like that in real time. This is the result of many long exposure photographs composited together. Whatever might be visible in real time would be nothing more than a faint gray smudge with some stars.

Amazing image Astroniki!

And cool aurora images Watsisname smile





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astronikiDate: Tuesday, 23.06.2015, 18:44 | Message # 499
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Why don't you do a stream on YouTube

Well i have some old timelapses on youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmiT2GD8RMM





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midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 05.08.2015, 06:36 | Message # 500
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The nights are getting dark again! A meteor that crossed the sky a couple of days ago, travelling at 29 km/s:

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FireintheholeDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 01:29 | Message # 501
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spacerDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 01:35 | Message # 502
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Fireinthehole, this is beautiful!
hope i will be able to go to the desert this month to watch the sky and take some photos! smile happy





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Edited by spacer - Sunday, 16.08.2015, 01:36
 
FireintheholeDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 14:26 | Message # 503
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Thank you spacer! Make sure you don't go when the Moon is up though. smile Otherwise the sky will be lightpolluted.




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WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 16:00 | Message # 504
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Fireinthehole, beautiful work! And you captured some airglow, too. smile




 
FireintheholeDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 18:09 | Message # 505
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Fireinthehole, beautiful work! And you captured some airglow, too.

Thank you! Really? I thought it just was some more auroras (which was prominent to the north).





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VoekoevakaDate: Sunday, 16.08.2015, 23:00 | Message # 506
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Darkening the image, I can clearly see it is an aurora (look at the screen from the bottom also)




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WatsisnameDate: Monday, 17.08.2015, 02:10 | Message # 507
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Thank you! Really? I thought it just was some more auroras (which was prominent to the north).


The bottom image shows aurora, the top image shows some airglow. smile

It's the faint, slightly banded textured greenish glow located just above the horizon (it's typically most apparent between 10 and 30 degrees above the horizon). Here's a good image of it from the VLT, showing both green and red airglow. From space, it looks like a bubble surrounding the Earth.

Its light is really quite dim, requiring much darker skies than those necessary for seeing the Milky Way. So you had nice skies where you were. happy





 
FireintheholeDate: Monday, 17.08.2015, 07:27 | Message # 508
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Watsisname, interesting! Quite good skies yes, about 3-4 on the Bortle Dark-sky scale smile




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WatsisnameDate: Wednesday, 19.08.2015, 16:14 | Message # 509
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What a perfect night. smile





 
FireintheholeDate: Wednesday, 19.08.2015, 19:33 | Message # 510
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Wonderful pictures Watsisname!

The one with the aurroa makes a perfect desktop background! wink





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Edited by Fireinthehole - Wednesday, 19.08.2015, 19:36
 
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