March 2007
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  Summary: A solar wind stream hit Earth on March 26th sparking mild geomagnetic storms and auroras from Scandinavia to Alaska.
  Photographer, Location Images Comments

Petter Hamnes,
Mo i Rana, Norway
Mar. 26, 2007
#1, #2, more

Nice, clear night out. No spectacular substorms, but a couple of nice displays.

Photo details: Nikon D50 with Sigma 17-70mm lens at 17mm, iso400, 20-25s exposure at f/2.8.

Calvin Hall,
Sheep Mountain, Alaska
Mar. 26, 2007

It was a beautiful moonlit night with auroras on the Northern Horizon all night long. Not a very powerful display, but a nice accent to the scenery. I was also serenaded by a Great Horned Owl, which is quite common this time of year.

Michael Dewey Moore II,
Newbrook, Alberta
Mar. 26, 2007
#1, #2, #3

Photo details: Nikon D200, 17-55mm f2.8 lens, ISO 100, exposures of 30 seconds to 1 minute

Robert Siciliano,
Near Fairbanks, Alaska
Mar. 25, 2007
#1, #2

This aurora display was quite active, actually to the point of being frustrating. The display was ongoing from 1 AM till dawn. However, the aurora would turn on and off as if it were on a light switch and about as fast lasting from 5 seconds to 3 minutes.