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My first time lapse of the Aurora

 
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Jan 15, 2011 17:14 |  #16

Chopper Al wrote in post #11647013 (external link)
Impressive. I wonder what the lights look like from space?

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Thank you. If you search you might find some images taken from the spacestation. I have seen them on spaceweather.com

macroshooter1970 wrote in post #11647032 (external link)
Nice job, hope to see that one of these decades.

Thank you. I have seen them since I was a kid and I still enjoy seeing the movements. But these days it is better to catch them with the camera :)

altitude604 wrote in post #11647059 (external link)
very cool!

wish i had my SLR when i was living in Nunavut. it's absolutely spectacular when viewed on Baffin Island or out near Inuvik in the NWT.

The problem with NWT is the damn temperature. Here it doesn't go much below -12C/10F so you can stay out all night if you want. And the batteries last for several nights.

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This is just beautiful - I always look forward to your aurora pictures here on POTN, but this video gives it a complete new perspective. Thank you for sharing!

Thank you. I have done several attempts on timelapse. But when the aurora and the moon was so great as this night it was just to pull the trigger and fill up the memory card. We stayed outside for 3 hours or so.

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I watched the YouTube one , very nice ! I like the music , what made you decide to use this type ? It went very well i think .

Thank you. I had to find some free music. And I think that instrumental/acoustic would be a perfect fit. I really like the movements in the music and thought it would be a good match. What I really want to do in the future is to borrow music from Scott Kroeker aka The Real7 here at POTN


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Jan 16, 2011 08:13 |  #17

ArcticShooter wrote in post #11648001 (external link)
The problem with NWT is the damn temperature. Here it doesn't go much below -12C/10F so you can stay out all night if you want. And the batteries last for several nights.

lol yeah... it got pretty mf'ng cold that's for sure.

i'm hoping that the Aurora will be visible nicely here in Labrador though. but so far it's just been a faint green smudge on barely a handful of occasions just yet.

your pictures and timelapses are making me really want to try the same. :)


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Mar 01, 2011 20:47 |  #18

Fantastic!


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Mar 05, 2011 22:46 |  #19

Outstanding and very impressive!

I have witnessed the Aurora Borealis only once. I was as awed by it then as I am now by your incredible
timelapse video, Helge. It has been decades since I saw it, and I genuinely thank you for sharing
your impressive timelapse video with us.


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Mar 06, 2011 13:39 |  #20

Spectacular!! Thank you for sharing this.
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Mar 08, 2011 01:15 |  #21

Fantastic! I've definitely got to head north to view this phenomenon!


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Mar 08, 2011 03:14 |  #22

skywalkerbeth wrote in post #11939139 (external link)
Fantastic!

Thank you

SkedAddled wrote in post #11964176 (external link)
Outstanding and very impressive!

I have witnessed the Aurora Borealis only once. I was as awed by it then as I am now by your incredible
timelapse video, Helge. It has been decades since I saw it, and I genuinely thank you for sharing
your impressive timelapse video with us.

Thank you. A friend is making a timelapse that contains 40.000 images and it will blow any other time lapses ever made. So I am looking forward for it. I will share it when it arrives :)

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Spectacular!! Thank you for sharing this.
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Thank you

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Fantastic! I've definitely got to head north to view this phenomenon!

Thank you. It is well worth it :)


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