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    Default Here is your chance to photograph the Auroras

    Thanks to a very large solar flare that's supposed to reach earth by tomorrow February 16th (or the day after):
    http://www.gedds.alaska.edu/AuroraFo...?Date=20110217

    Not for me this time because it's supposed to be snowing in the interior

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    Thanks for the heads up Ray. Our clear skies might hold that long in southeast. Too bad about the full moon though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olga1913 View Post
    Thanks for the heads up Ray. Our clear skies might hold that long in southeast. Too bad about the full moon though.
    Yes. I just looked out the window, and the moon is incredibly bright tonight.

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    Default Clear in the Valley

    But no Aurora yet. Still looking.

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    some very little of it here in anchorage ( i live away from town by kincaid park) and it was very active but really pale and dim, could barely make it out



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    too much moon light and cloudy skies the next few days.

    better head to the yukon. SE is looking like it will be decent for a day or two, though still have to deal with the moon.

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