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746-90990 - Northern lights over the shore of the frozen Disko Bay. Town Ilulissat at the shore of Disko Bay in West Greenland. The icefjord nearby is listed as UNESCO world heritage. America, North America, Greenland, Denmark
746-90962 - Northern lights and view over the old town and the colonial harbour towards the modern quarters of Nuuk. Nuuk, the capital of Greenland. America, North America, Greenland
746-91208 - Northern lights over the Mother of the sea, Sassuma Arnaa - a legendary figure in Inuit culture. Sculpure by Christian Rosing in the colonial harbour Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotory
746-91001 - Northern Lights over the Zion s Church. Town Ilulissat at the shore of Disko Bay in West Greenland, center for tourism, administration and economy. The icefjord nearby is listed as UNESCO world heritage. America, North America, Greenland, Denmark
1350-147 - Orion and the winter sky, at left, and a swirl of colourful aurora over the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, in a display on February 11, 2018. People from the first Learning Vacations group of the season are shooting the Lights.
1350-165 - Aurora tourists taking in the sky show on March 14, 2018 from the aft deck of the Hurtigruten ship the m/s Nordnorge on the journey south, from a location north of Tromsø this night.
1350-75 - A fine display of aurora in curtains across the north, October 19, 2019, observed from the upper Deck 9 of the ms Trollfjord on the southbound voyage north of Tromsø along the Norwegian coast. Illumination is partly from the waning gibbous Moon.
1350-2 - April 17/18, 2001 aurora, taken from home in Alberta. looking south. Part of a series taken looking same direction as substorm hit and subsided, from Image #2 to #15, on Roll #1. (Roll #2 was second camera shooting Provia 100F with 28mm lens and 18mm lens.) All images in this series (#1-02 thru 15) processed in Photoshop with nearly identical enhancements to contrast and colour. Brightness toned down for longer overexposed shots (early ones).
1350-158 - The unusual STEVE auroral arc across the northern sky at Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta on the night of July 16-17, 2018. The more normal green auroral arc is lower across the northern horizon. But STEVE here appears more pink.
1350-117 - Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) with the Northern Lights over the Waterton River at Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, on July 13-14, 2020. This was from the Maskinonge picnic area.
1350-100 - A dim aurora to the north at Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, at the Larson Ranch site and its rustic pioneer cabins. Taken August 8, 2016. This is looking northeast to Andromeda (the Andromeda Galaxy is above centre) and Perseus (the Double Cluster is left of centre). This Park is a Dark Sky Preserve. There are no lights visible. Illumination here is from starlight and the setting waxing crescent Moon to the southwest.
1350-139 - Curtains of aurora during an active storm on February 18, 2018 from the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, in the early evening in the last of the twilight. This night the aurora was brightest early in the evening. The Big Dipper is at left.
1350-39 - Astronomer Vance Petriew at the eyepiece of his 20-inch Dobsonian reflector telescope, at the 2012 Saskatchewan Summer Star Party in Cypress Hills, SK. This is a single 20 second exposure with the Canon 5DMkII at ISO 4000, and 24mm Canon L-series lens at f/2. A faint aurora adds the horizon colours. The photo was taken on the occasion of the second return of Comet Petriew 185/P since its discovery 11 years earlier in 2001 at this very same location.
1350-76 - A fine display of aurora in curtains across the north, October 19, 2019, observed from the upper Deck 9 of the ms Trollfjord on the southbound voyage north of Tromsø along the Norwegian coast. Illumination is partly from the waning gibbous Moon.
1350-66 - The Northern Lights over the end of Prosperous Lake, on the Ingraham Trail near Yellowknife, NWT, a popular spot for aurora watching in the area. This is looking west on the night of September 5-6, 2019 during a brighter outburst this night.
1350-113 - A superb display of aurora borealis seen on March 14, 2016 when it reached Level 5 storm levels. Here it begins in the evening twilight and in the light of the 6-day-old Moon. Jupiter is at right. This view is looking east.