September 2007
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Summary: All of the auroras seen this month were sparked by solar wind streams striking Earth. The three most intense impacts occurred on Sep. 1st, 6th, 21st and 29th.

  Photographer, Location Images Comments

Marco Fulle,
Nesjavellir, Iceland
Sep. 13, 2007

These "big auroras" stretched from Bootes at left across the Big Dipper and to Auriga at right.

Photo details: Fuji Finepix S3, ISO 800, Nikkor fisheye lens f=10.5mm, f/2.8, 30sec exp

Audrey Pion,
Dawson City, Yukon, Canada
Sep. 10, 2007
#1, #2, #3, more

This was far and away the best display of our stay in extreme North America. Auroras remained bright all night. Great show, huge pleasure!

Photo details: Nikon D70S, ISO 400, 8 to 15 s exposure

Erkki Rauhala,
Uurainen, Finland
Sep. 6, 2007
#1, #2, #3

It was a beautiful night!

Photo details: Canon 5D, and 17-35 mm/2,8. ASA 800-1600, 20-30 seconds exposure.

Fabien Brosse,
Fairbanks, Alaska
Sep. 5, 2007
#1, #2, #3, #4, more

The show lasted all night with bright displays.

Photo details: Nikon D70S, F:3,5 - 15 to 25 sec exposure - 500 ASA

Mats Holmstrom,
Kiruna, Sweden (Latitude 67 N).
Sep. 7, 2007

The first auroras of the season--at least for me.

Alexander Chernucho,
Kirovsk, Russia (Kolskiy peninsula)
Sep. 3, 2007

Photo details: Nikon D200, ISO 800, 30s, f3/5 18mm panorama of 2 pics

Enrico Montanari,
A, Lofoten Islands Norway
Sep. 3, 2007
#1, more

This was my very first aurora, during my summer holidays in Norway. While taking pictures of Polaris, a green glow suddenly apperead in the sky, and in few seconds part of the sky became emerald! Beautiful experience!

more images (Sept. 15): from Niels Giroud of Seltjarnarnes, Iceland