Auroras
Taken by Marketa S Murray on October 21, 2018 @ Fairbanks - Alaska
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Have you seen them last night?
Skies clear up at 9:30pm in Fairbanks, the right time to get ready for amazing night.
It was game of waiting and practicing patience.
11:43pm ACE and DSCOVR satellite detected incoming storm. IMF shift south as far as -7nT and we knew Minor storm is coming. But with solar wind speed only 280km/s it took 87min to arrive to our Atmosphere.
Between 2am-3am, we had amazing colorful Auroras.
In one of the photo, you can even see 3 of the main colors.
(Red,green and purple.)
3am right at magnetic midnight clouds cover our lake north of Fairbanks, but we had satisfied and happy clients.
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