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Well last night was a waste of time - we have a 2000' hill to the North of us so the Aurora needs to be pretty strong to rise above it. I couldn't leave the house as I was imaging the North America nebula with my telescope. Rather than dump over 320 subs I turned them into a timelapse - you can see very faint reds and greens to the left and behind the trees about halfway through.


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Living about 53deg N, an aurora is a once in many years event. I have yet to see one from near home.

A very nice timelapse though. Only part played then reported file corrupt. Probably an issue at this end. Thanks for posting.


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I guess that you rarely see the auroras at 53N, my only hope at 27N will be the next massive CME.

Just hope I still have power and cell phone while I watch it.🙄

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