Auroras + Rare Phenomena
Taken by emmanuelle D. Lambert on September 10, 2018 @ Alaska, fairbanks
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So on the 10th of September, I observed great northern lights graceful to solar wind coming from coronal hole 23. It was amazing. On the 13th of September, the solar wind of this coronal hole was still in effect so I saw another really nice show, but I also notice on my picture a rare phenomena, which I am not sure what it is. Electromagnetic? STEVE? protons? At 3h30am I was so tired because I had a amazing day hiking in Denali National Park, so I went to sleep in my car with an exceptional view on the northern lights still dancing. What a show!
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looks like a great night!
Posted by markbuxton 2018-09-18 15:58:03
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