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Oct 12, 2021 10:01:12   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
This one came from Foodfisher. A good follow up after the Milky Way. Hope you enjoy.

Northern Lights in Alaska.



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Oct 12, 2021 10:13:47   #
Grizzly 17 Loc: South central Pa
 
Gordon wrote:
This one came from Foodfisher. A good follow up after the Milky Way. Hope you enjoy.

Northern Lights in Alaska.


Doesn't nature give us some of the most INCREDIBLE artwork. No two sunrises or sunsets the same. Beauty to behold every day n everywhere if we take the time to look ☺️☺️

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Oct 12, 2021 10:21:28   #
fishyaker Loc: NW Michigan (Lower Peninsula)
 
Those are a sight to behold in person! Always a treat! Thanks for posting....

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Oct 12, 2021 10:38:39   #
Jarheadfishnfool Loc: Tulare, Ca.
 
Wonderful and Awesome display they put out!! Thanks Gordon

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Oct 12, 2021 10:39:24   #
Whitey Loc: Southeast ohio
 
Gordon wrote:
This one came from Foodfisher. A good follow up after the Milky Way. Hope you enjoy.

Northern Lights in Alaska.


Absolutely gorgeous three couples of us went up into Canada fishing about 20 years ago. one night we seen a little bit of the northern lights but nothing like that 😁

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Oct 12, 2021 10:40:01   #
Dakoda Loc: Cle Elum, WA
 
That is truly amazing.

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Oct 12, 2021 10:41:39   #
Mr.Wood-E Loc: Franklin, LA
 
I could only wish to be able to see that. I'm WAYYYYY too far south to be able to enjoy that view.

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Oct 12, 2021 10:43:57   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
Mr.Wood-E wrote:
I could only wish to be able to see that. I'm WAYYYYY too far south to be able to enjoy that view.


Me to Mr. Wood-E. Only in pictures. That's why I enjoy sharing the photos.

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Oct 12, 2021 12:10:34   #
OJdidit Loc: Oak Creek Wisconsin
 
I remember seeing them back in the 60s in my neighborhood, but can’t remember the last time I did. Not sure if there is too much “light pollution” or due to climate change?

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Oct 12, 2021 12:21:11   #
Fredfish Loc: Prospect CT.
 
Beautiful picture G, thanks for posting it, and thanks Food for providing it.

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Oct 12, 2021 12:41:01   #
Catfish hunter Loc: Riggins idaho
 
Gordon wrote:
This one came from Foodfisher. A good follow up after the Milky Way. Hope you enjoy.

Northern Lights in Alaska.


That's awesome. I've been there to witness that. It's amazing. Thanks for posting the pictures all the time. I see them and don't reply like I should👍

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Oct 12, 2021 13:27:11   #
Foodfisher Loc: Chula Vista in so. Cal
 
OJdidit wrote:
I remember seeing them back in the 60s in my neighborhood, but can’t remember the last time I did. Not sure if there is too much “light pollution” or due to climate change?


Extended period of a quiet sun. It's starting to wake up. Coronal mass ejections. Brownouts and electronic failures are in our future.

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Oct 12, 2021 15:30:40   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
According to Wikipedia the lights can sometimes be seen as far south as the 35th parallel, which is the southern border of Tennessee. The red line. I remember seeing them as a kid in Indiana. Conditions have to be just right.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/35th_parallel_north#/media/File:35th_parallel_US.svg

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Oct 12, 2021 15:59:28   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
According to Wikipedia the lights can sometimes be seen as far south as the 35th parallel, which is the southern border of Tennessee. The red line. I remember seeing them as a kid in Indiana. Conditions have to be just right.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/35th_parallel_north#/media/File:35th_parallel_US.svg


I bet if someone in Tennessee saw that , It would be on the news there was a UFO sighting. You know they make some good shine in them mountains.

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Oct 12, 2021 22:11:00   #
DCGravity Loc: Fairfax, VA (by way of Cleveland OH)
 
Gordon wrote:
This one came from Foodfisher. A good follow up after the Milky Way. Hope you enjoy.

Northern Lights in Alaska.

Ahh the auroras! I've only seen them once while driving at night in northern PA. Quite spectacular! Thank you for posting, Gordon!

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