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Half-sky auroras - 17.3.2013 at 20.04 Helsinki Observation number 11758

Visibility IV / V

Panstars' tail still had to be tried to go stacking, and when there were enough squares and I started to make a departure, a spectacle that created an astronomical charm that one would never have imagined in Hesa could see flashed in the sky. The most handsome stage lasted only five minutes. The 70-300 millimeter taken for the tail was then to paddle around the sky. The first two pictures are from the stunning main show and the panorama above Vantaa has a calm "afterglow". For a moment, the warp stretched over the zenith. The green color was predominant, but a reddish gauze was also visible.

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