Auroras/Lasers
Taken by Isaac Sleadd on May 29, 2019 @ McMurdo Station, Antarctica
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  Camera Used: FUJIFILM X100F
Exposure Time: 65/10
Aperture: f/2.0
ISO: 2500
Date Taken: 2019:05:30 16:09:49
 
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This aurora seemed to spell ET over McMurdo Station, Antarctica. If you look closely, to the left of the NASA/McMurdo Ground Station (aka the Golf Ball), a laser beam is shining into the night sky. A science team here is using LIDAR to study meteoric dust in the upper atmosphere. Details: Fujifilm X100F, 2500 ISO, F2, 6.5s exposure.
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