Aurora Australis From New Zealand
Taken by Petr Horálek on September 25, 2014 @ Lauder, Central Otago, New Zealand
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ISO: 6400
Date Taken: 2014:09:26 19:58:21
 
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Another auroras burned very low above the south horizon on 25th Septembere here, at NIWA atmostheric station. The opened dome is actually new BOOTES telescope prepaired for exciting detecting GRBs from here. Green color of the dome is caused by reflection of the green light from lidar behind me. As I finished the composition, it looked like a Auroral flowerpot with Milky plant. Used Canon 6D, Samyang 24 mm, f2, ISO 6400, 11x15 s panorama, tripod.
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