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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 25.12.2012, 16:43 | Message # 106
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Is this realistic? would we actually be able to see this much?

Not really with the naked eye since the eye is not sensitive enough, but with a camera yes you would absolutely be able to take pictures like that if there were no light pollution (in fact those are real images being used there taken from dark skies).

If you ever get a chance, travel to some place with very dark skies and see just how much there is to be seen.





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ogggrezDate: Tuesday, 25.12.2012, 23:48 | Message # 107
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Not really with the naked eye since the eye is not sensitive enough, but with a camera yes you would absolutely be able to take pictures like that if there were no light pollution (in fact those are real images being used there taken from dark skies).

If you ever get a chance, travel to some place with very dark skies and see just how much there is to be seen.


Wow! Even though you would have to use a camera that really amazes me :O . I know that when i'm in the country I see alot of stars, but there's always the pollution from nearby cities.

I definitely wan't to travel to some super dark place sometime, and if I do, i'm definitely bringing a good camera. biggrin





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HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 26.12.2012, 01:11 | Message # 108
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Conjunction of the Moon and Jupiter; composite of 3 images. Click for full res.





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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Wednesday, 26.12.2012, 02:02 | Message # 109
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Yeah I don't think mine came out so well





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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 08.01.2013, 13:27 | Message # 110
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Sad that I missed that one, but great that you both saw it and could share on camera!

I was up before dawn today and noticed the old crescent moon with earthshine. I could never get tired of seeing earthshine in twilight. smile





 
HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 08.01.2013, 13:29 | Message # 111
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I could never get tired of seeing earthshine in twilight.

Nor could I smile Very nice shot Watsisname.





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Antza2Date: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 15:43 | Message # 112
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Some pics i took last night.
(Open pictures in a new tab for better quality)









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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 15:46 | Message # 113
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Some pics i took last night.

I am jealous of your dark skies





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Antza2Date: Sunday, 13.01.2013, 16:02 | Message # 114
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I am jealous of your dark skies

It would have gotten much darker in a few hours, but i was too tired to wait.





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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 14.01.2013, 00:06 | Message # 115
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Those are quite nifty shots. If I tried anything like that here they would be bright orange/brown images with no stars sad




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HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 00:11 | Message # 116
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Old picture that I had never processed






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midtskogenDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 09:11 | Message # 117
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For the past ten years I've had at least one webcam outdoors on my wall recording (in Oslo, Norway), and it sometimes records interesting stuff. Here's a mix:

Northern lights, no timelapse, actual speed. Note that this is no super high sensitivity camera, just a pretty plain webcam with a wide angle lens mounted on it:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2011/nordlys-20110205b.mp4

Timelapse of fog and the full moon:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2011/moonshine-20110118.mp4

More fog. The view from two cameras stitched together:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2012/panorama-20120111.mp4

Ice fog and some light pillars. The view from two cameras stitched together:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2012/iskrystaller-20120131.mp4

Fog timelapse again:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2011/timelapse-20110304.mp4

Bright fireball. Note how it lights up the landscape before it enters
the picture frame. A rumbling sound woke up people below its path.
Meteorites on the ground likely, but nothing has been found:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2012/ildkule-20120301.mp4

Ice halos:

http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2007/halo-20071221.mp4
http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2007/halo-20071216.mp4
http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2006/halo-20060104-liten.avi

Thunderstorm:
http://voksenlia.net/nytt/2009/byge-20090521-liten.mp4

Sunset with incredible colours (no photoshop magic):



Full moon:



Lightning:



Sunset:



Chain-reaction lightning, half speed, two full seconds of continuous lightning:






NIL DIFFICILE VOLENTI


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Antza2Date: Friday, 18.01.2013, 10:54 | Message # 118
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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 10:55 | Message # 119
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Quote (midtskogen)
Here's a mix:


All those images

Quote (Antza2)
Aurora


And those aurora

The jealousy, the fantastic shots





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WatsisnameDate: Friday, 18.01.2013, 11:13 | Message # 120
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To say those shots are spectacular just doesn't cut it! Thanks for sharing them! cool




 
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