NLCs From Southern Alberta
Taken by Alan Dyer on June 24, 2018 @ near Bassano, Alberta
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D Mark II
Exposure Time: 13/1
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 400
Date Taken: 2018:06:25 01:16:20
 
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We had a fine display of noctilucent clouds (NLCs) or polar mesospheric clouds, on June 24/25 from Alberta. Here the clouds are reflected in a local prairie pond near home in southern Alberta. The display started with wisps much higher in the north but they faded as the Sun dropped lower, with the display at this extent by the time I reached my spot and took this panorama at about 11:45 pm MDT.

Leo and Regulus are setting at far left in the west, as is Venus just above the horizon at left. Capella and Auriga are at centre, and circumpolar, while the stars of Perseus at right, rising.

This is a panorama of 9 segments, at 15° spacings, with the 35mm lens at f/2.8 for 13 second exposures with the Canon 6D MkII at ISO 400. Stitched with Adobe Camera Raw.
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