November 2007
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Summary: Solar wind streams hit Earth on Nov. 12th and 20th, sparking high latitude auroras.

  Photographer, Location Images Comments

Fredrik Holm,
Reykjavík, Iceland
Nov. 20, 2007
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Moderate northern lights over Reykjavík.

Photo details: Canon EOS 30D, EF-S 10-22mm, 200ISO, 30sec, f.4,5.

Nicolás Zea P.,
Umea, Västerbotten, Sweden (Sverige).
Nov. 20, 2007
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Resigned to the clouds, I was surprised by the Auroras Borealis, while I thought what to prepare for my dinner. Quickly I eat anything and got dressed to catch them with my new camera. Although the moon lighted the sky, she went generous when allowing me to photograph them. I hope to get a more luminous lens soon. I start from the past week with this camera Pentax K10D; Firmware 1.30; ISO 400; F 3,5 to 5,6; S.Speed 10/1 to 30/1; WB manual at 3400 K; Lens Pentax DA 18-55; Tripod Velbon Sherpa 600R.

Geir Øye,
Ørsta, Norway
Nov. 20, 2007
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I read the aurora alert, went outside and found green auroras to the north. It was a mild display, a bit difficult to watch due to the light from the waxing moon.

Photo details: Canon Digital Rebel XT, 18-55 mm lens, Iso:800, exp:20-25 sec, RC-5 and tripod.