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Aurora 23/24th March 2023 midnight-4am

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Luckily the rain cleared about 23.30 , saw the Aurora alert on here and skies were clear, so headed out around midnight approx four miles from town. 



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White pillars were visible with these next shots. 





Pixel time lapse 




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  • scotty1 changed the title to Aurora 23/24th March 2023 midnight-4am

What super experience and what an equally superb set of images to be proud of achieving.
Makes me smile as the night before I was standing talking at my club about Aurora and what its about.
I do hope folks dont think next time I talk on something it will hapen the very next night!

Edited by Alan White
typos of course
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