Postby Jose Jimenez Garrido » Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:16 am
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Sometimes, we are asked about how a northern light looks like. Well... this is exactly how it is when you look up during an aurora display, even with pink flashes.
This video was recorded on 10th, during a G1 minor solar storm. It was 500 m from the border in beetween Norway and Finland, near the lappish towm of Kilpisjärvi.
Such an incredible show.
Video recorded with: Sony A7s II + Samyang 24mm F/1.4. ISO 40.000
Autor: José Jiménez Garrido (AstroÁndalus S.L.). SPAIN www.astroandalus.com
A flight over Rima Hyginus.
Picture taken with my newton 625 mm from Mazan in Vaucluse in France.
Video made with QGIS for georeferencing (with Lunar_LRO_LrocKaguya_Shade_60N60S_512ppd.tif ) and SpacEyes3D builder for animation.