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    Default Re: Okay, I'm tired of wondering about the Aurora Borealis.



    Here's an all-sky aurora over my house a few years ago...sc007ac6b4.jpgsc007b0bd1.jpg
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    Default Re: Okay, I'm tired of wondering about the Aurora Borealis.

    Nice catch, the trees give it scale.
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    Default Re: Okay, I'm tired of wondering about the Aurora Borealis.

    it can happen if you are far from the origin of the aurora

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    Default Re: Okay, I'm tired of wondering about the Aurora Borealis.

    Please be aware we have a no necroposting rule on the site, you can read the Terms Of Service linked under my signature about this.

    Time to close this thread and let it sleep.
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