And Yet a third night of Payson Aurora

on October 30th, 2003

Updated 11/4/03

The Kp index slammed the rails again on the evening of October 30th, however the weather was not so cooperative here in Payson. The night was mostly cloudy, however for about an hour, the sky cleared mostly, and these images were obtained (along with some nice gray cloud shots) with a Kp of 9. The aurora was visible as a strong pinkish glow between the clouds at first, then as it cleared the entire northern sky was intensly pink. This certainly has been an unprecedented month for Aurora!

For all images, Kodak PJ400 was used, with a Pentax K1000 and a 28mm lens mounted on a tripod from our balcony.

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Chris Schur

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