Aurora
Taken by Jeff Dai on January 7, 2019 @ Teriberka ,Murmansk, Russia
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Date Taken: 2019:01:09 00:40:19
 
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A high-speed stream of solar wind buffeted Earths magnetic field, sparking big green auroras around the Arctic Circle in this week. Here is the view from seaside of the Actic Ocean in Teriberka ,Murmansk, Russia.

This is my first time to chase for aurora. After two days of snow, the sky turn clear on January 7th. The forecast is only KP2, But the auroras were really crazy, painting swirls all around the sky above me, The show lasted for well over 50 minutes with very powerful arches shining across the skies. Then fill the sky in all directions in 2hours. The most strong one is the aurora with pink green and even white auroras. I think its even brighter than the street light. Its hard to describe the mood of me. wow !
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What a fantastic photograph !! If you look carefully, you can see Ursa Major to the top right, Cassiopeia to the left, the double sword handle in Perseus, Vega is at the centre bottom and Arcturus in the bottom right. You can even see M31, and the head of Draco. Yes, what a really fantastic photo!
Thank you for sharing it, and jolly well done!
Posted by drtimsmith 2019-01-09 03:01:53
GREAT PHOTO...…wish you could of gotton the camera just a little higher to get the top bands but great photo....also how many pics to get the panorama and what app did you use to piece it together
Posted by blondedragon 2019-01-09 09:46:24
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