Aurora Borealis 1998-1999

During these years auroral activity was pretty low at my (geomagnetic) latitude. Images re05442-re05553 show how Kodak's new film E100SW made aurora photography very rewarding: one film could catch the whole spectrum of colours. Also Kodak's old and cheaper Elitechrome EB100 gives similair results (both films exposed and developed for 400ASA speed). A bit more is said about films, digital cameras and visual perception on aurora page "Year 2001". Image re06212 is my best recording of simultaneous aurora and noctilucent cloud (NLC). However, showing both phenomena in same scan is hard due to their large difference in brightness. NLC is overexposed between horizon and aurora.


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