Big Dipper Photobombed By Aurora Borealis
Taken by Adrien Louis Mauduit on July 16, 2017 @ Jasper, Alberta, Canada
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D
Exposure Time: 8/1
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ISO: 2500
Date Taken: 2017:07:16 09:55:00
 
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Timely update from Jasper in the Canadian rockies where I waited all day for nightfall. NOAA had announced a big solar storm with potential Kp6-7, but it was predicted to arrive on Sunday night. Last night, I packed my car and drove to Pyramid lake, right behind the beautiful town of Jasper in Alberta. I took some timelapse during the day, ate and waited patiently. I was shooting the milky way and I had no internet, but I decided to turn my camera toward the north every now and then. At around 1:30 am, lady aurora showed in one of its most vibrant and astounding manner, photobombing the big dipper setting behind the mountains. I took the shots with Canon 6D and Samyang 24mm f/1.4
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