July 2003
Aurora Gallery
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Summary: All of the auroras seen this month so far have been triggered by solar wind streams flowing from coronal holes. See also the June 2003 aurora gallery.

Unless otherwise stated, all images are copyrighted by the photographers.

  Photographer, Location Images Comments

Stan Richard, Jester Park north of Des Moines, IA, USA
July 11-12
#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, more

S. Richard: "The pictures show more color than I saw, but the incredible pulsating waves of light do not show in the pictures. It was a very active display that lasted about 45 minutes. I used a 50mm f/1.4 and a 28mm f/2.5 lens on Fuji NPZ800 film."

Jody Majko, downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
July 11-12
#1, #2, #3

Photo details: Photo details: Canon EOS 6 sec @ f4.0 ISO 800.

Chris VenHaus, Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA
July 11-12
#1, #2, #3, more


Brian Larmay, Muskego, Wisconsin, USA
July 11-12
#1, more

Photo details: Provia 100F and a 28mm lens @ f/2.8.

Lyndon Anderson, 15 miles north of Bismarck, North Dakota
July 12
#1, #2, #3, #4, more

L. Anderson: "This show was much better to watch than to photograph. My favorite is #1, which shows Mars on the horizon."

Brian Pomeroy, Ely, Minnesota , USA
July 12
#1, #2

Photo details: Olympus Camedia C-3040, F 1.8, 16 seconds

Chris Gray, Moosehorn Dist. of Manitoba, Canada
July 2

C. Gray: "An approaching summer lightning storm came in under a curtain of Northern Lights. This is only the second time I have seen such a setting." Photo details: D100 Nikon, 30 sec @ f2.8 ISO 1000

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