Aurora Australis From SOFIA Observatory
Taken by Ian Griffin on June 16, 2018 @ Southern Ocean
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Last night I was fortunate to fly as a guest on a SOFIA flight out of Christchurch New Zealand. Our flight path took us down to latitude 61 South and on a long westward loop from New Zealand in the general direction of the magnetic pole.

Having flown on SOFIA a couple of years ago, I knew what to expect, and came equipped with my cameras and lots of SD Cards. Despite a low Kp value of 1 throughout our flight, lady aurora graced the southern sky as the astronomers aboard SOFIA collected their precious data. I even got to take some pictures of the aurora from the cockpit.
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