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Hi everyone, see the following link for aurora australis photos (southern lights). I'm too lazy to put them up on my webpage for the time being, so you'll have to visit the Fred Miranda forums to see them: http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/53325 Comments appreciated. :) Regards, Rudi http://www.rudiphoto.net/...

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    Hi everyone,

    see the following link for aurora australis photos (southern lights).
    I'm too lazy to put them up on my webpage for the time being, so
    you'll have to visit the Fred Miranda forums to see them:

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/53325

    Comments appreciated. :)



    Regards,

    Rudi
    http://www.rudiphoto.net/
    Rudi Guest

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    Very nice :) looks rather like the photo on the SMH/Age website. I assume
    that 'your mate dave' is the David Findlay of the Wollongong Amateur
    Astronomy Society?

    (http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/10/30/1067233320455.html)

    "Rudi" <again> wrote in message
    news:com... 


    Ubiquitous Guest

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    Yep, and he beat me to it! I was talking to SMH about the photos while
    Dave sold his photo to the Illawarra Mercury! Of course, Fairfax owns
    both papers, and they were too cheap to buy more photos... :(

    Still, Dave was good for something! *Someone* had to flick the
    headlights on to make my Orion shot possible... :-)

    (I actually value the Orion shot higher than the aurora shots, since
    aurora is easy to expose, where the Orion shot took a bit of
    planning... of course, the aurora photos are probably more
    "commercially viable"!)


    Rudi



    On Sun, 2 Nov 2003 16:48:38 +1100, "Ubiquitous" <net.au>
    wrote:
     
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    Regards,

    Rudi
    http://www.rudiphoto.net/
    Rudi Guest

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    "Rudi" <again> wrote in message
    news:com... 

    About 5-10 days after a solar flare the hot gases arrived. How fast was that
    gas moving !!!



    Miro Guest

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    Where abouts did u go to get those images???
    i.e somewhere down the south coast where it's reasonably dark i take
    it??

    Rowena

    On Sun, 02 Nov 2003 20:01:13 +1100, Rudi <again> wrote:
     
    >>[/ref]
    >
    >Regards,
    >
    >Rudi
    >http://www.rudiphoto.net/[/ref]

    Rowena Guest

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    " Miro" <com> wrote in message
    news:3fa5a6e9$0$2395$optusnet.com.au... 
    that 

    Astronomical Approximation:
    Somewhere in between walking pace and the speed of light ;)


    Adam F


    Adam Guest

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    Wow! ......... Cosmic!!

    "Adam F" <edu.au> wrote in message
    news:3fa742b5$0$1740$iinet.net.au... 
    > that 
    >
    > Astronomical Approximation:
    > Somewhere in between walking pace and the speed of light ;)
    >
    >
    > Adam F
    >
    >[/ref]


    Roy Guest

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    On Tue, 4 Nov 2003 17:10:03 +1100, "Adam F"
    <edu.au> wrote:

    I didn't see Miro's reply, since he is in my killfile, but as he is
    most of the time, he was wrong! :-)

    Most CMEs (coronal mass ejections) arrive after about 2 to 3 days,
    this one was really travelling and arrived after only 19 hours!

     
    >that 
    >
    >Astronomical Approximation:
    >Somewhere in between walking pace and the speed of light ;)
    >
    >
    >Adam F
    >[/ref]

    Regards,

    Rudi
    http://www.rudiphoto.net/
    Rudi Guest

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    Rowena,

    these were taken near Robertson, NSW.


    On Mon, 03 Nov 2003 08:16:22 GMT, Rowena
    <telstra.com> wrote:
     
    >>
    >>Regards,
    >>
    >>Rudi
    >>http://www.rudiphoto.net/[/ref][/ref]

    Regards,

    Rudi
    http://www.rudiphoto.net/
    Rudi Guest

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    "Rudi" <again> wrote in message
    news:com... 

    BS: There are precursor events not seen as ejections which have an ionising
    property.


    Miro Guest

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