Aurora Borealis
Taken by Alexander Kuznetsov on April 1, 2019 @ Rovaniemi, Finland
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Exposure Time: 2/1
Aperture: f/1.8
ISO: 8000
Date Taken: 2019:01:05 01:19:42
 
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The weather was very cloudy over Finnish Lapland, but with such a nice solar wind arriving from a coronal hole, I just had to give it a go! I did find some clear skies. The auroras were weak for several hours, but I just new the blast is coming. It surely did after 22PM local time. At their best, the auroras were really crazy, painting swirls all around the sky above me. The show lasted for well over 30 minutes with very powerful arches shining across the skies. These were the best auroras Ive seen in months! Otherwise, the weather was very cloudy.
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The heading of this photo reads: APRIL 1, 2019. So this latest influx of energy has changed time as well :-)
Posted by Charleyb2019 2019-01-04 23:18:54
Great pictures!
@Charleyb2019 - His camera likely was set to name files the way most European systems do - using D-M-Y naming conventions. When the image was uploaded, Spacweathers system used the American convention of M-D-Y, and labeled the photo as such.
Posted by mike_rogers 2019-01-05 12:20:45
Thanks Mike! All for fun, of course, not ill-intended.
Posted by Charleyb2019 2019-01-06 06:00:24
67 thumbs up
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