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Written by Andy Kale   
Friday, 16 November 2012

We've been sent a selection of images recently, which deserve showing off! (Don't forget to look up tonight, by the way, it's the peak of the Quadrantid meteor shower!) Thanks go to Catherine Kherian, Paul Zizka, Kevin Sharman, Matt Melnyk and Zoltan Kenwell and Mark Cortens.



Catherine Kherian has sent us some spectacular images from Iceland, taken on November 13th 2012. Click the following to enlarge!
She also captured this great time-lapse movie:





Paul Zizka took this impressive picture of extreme ironing taking place during a very impressive auroral display on Nov 24th 2012!



Kevin Sharman took these really great shots at 11pm on November 23 2012 near Tumbler Ridge, BC. Click to enlarge!






Matt Melnyk captured these great photos on November 24th at around 03:00 about 30km north of Edmonton. You can see more in his gallery at:

Matt's Gallery




Zoltan Kenwell has sent us pair of spectacular time-lapse images to tide everyone over until we have another display!




Mark Cortens sent us this stunning pictures of the Aurora he captured near Grand Rapids, Manitoba. Click to enlarge.


Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 January 2013 )
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