Aurora Gallery


Pictures of aurorae taken during the geomagnetic storm of April 6, 2000.
Unless otherwise stated, all images are copyrighted by the photographers.
(Source - http://www.spacescience.com/headlines/y2000/ast25apr_1m.htm#gallery)

Location: central Alaska; Photographer: Jan Curtis

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Location: Muirsheild Country Park, Lochwinnoch, Scotland; Photographer: Ian Law

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Location: Gray, Tennessee; Photographer: Mark Marquette

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Location: Utrecht, Netherlands Photographer: Robert Wielinga

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Location:Hampshire, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Photographer: Garth Arsenault

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Location: Glengarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland; Photographer: Tom McEwan

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Location: Varese, Italy; Photographer: Salvatore Furia (Red sky glow above the Observatorio Astronomico G.V.Schiaparelli)

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Location: Athens, Alabama; Photographer: Keith Cooley (Orange-red sky glow with the Moon, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn in the background.)

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Location: Baker Lake, Washington (1,2) and Hamilton, Washington (3); Photographer: Wade B. Clark

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Location: Moab, Utah; Photographer: James Westlake

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The folowing pictures are from: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html

Aurora seen from Alaska:
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Aurora seen from Texas:
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Aurora seen from Wisconsin during Perseid meteor shower:
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Aurora seen from the NASA space shuttle [photo]

Extraterrestrial aurorae:
Aurora in Jupiter:
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Aurora in Jupiter's moon Io:
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Aurora in Saturn:
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