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(spaceweather.com)   Truly wonderful photos of Nov 5th aurora borealis from everywhere   (spaceweather.com) divider line 26
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2001-11-18 02:58:00 PM
awesome.... nature rocks!
 
2001-11-18 03:22:29 PM
Acid, Pink Floyd album sold separately.
 
2001-11-18 03:35:29 PM
Anybody have a good view? We live down by MacDill AFB here in Tampa,and saw a scant few..too much light pollution...
 
2001-11-18 03:48:17 PM
Those are some kikc-ass photographs! Meanwhile, I am trying to remember what I was doing that evening, and how the fark come I missed out! D'oh!

-he who stacks pork
 
2001-11-18 04:11:22 PM
It was my birthday and I was at work. Yippee!
 
2001-11-18 04:42:43 PM
Porkcocker: you were probably humping a G4 or trying to find a way to have sex with a PowerCube. whatever you were doing, it wasn't with a woman
 
2001-11-18 04:43:11 PM
I was at home eating pudding.
 
2001-11-18 04:46:30 PM
My friend Bob Haler took these pics of the aurora from Kansas City.
 
2001-11-18 04:46:50 PM
When did Pudding get back into town? i haven't seen that guy in ages.
 
2001-11-18 05:03:22 PM
Well as you can see truely beautiful things happen on Nov 5th. And as of course it was my birthday! =)
 
2001-11-18 05:10:00 PM
AAAIIIEEEEE! Nuclear death clouds!

Oh, wait. I'm not from Missouri.

(and before y'all get beeyotchy about it, read this.)
 
2001-11-18 06:56:24 PM
Man. I wish they were like that here.

I'm moved by the photos- I dunno how I would've reacted if I'd been there to witness a few of the more decorative ones.
 
2001-11-18 07:21:56 PM
I'm waiting for pictures of areola borealis.
 
2001-11-18 07:46:03 PM
Beautiful! Now if everyday could be like that :)
 
Kat [TotalFark]
2001-11-18 08:24:06 PM
gosh, i want to move somewhere where i can see those. they're sorety andrelaxing to see, even in pictures.
 
2001-11-18 08:31:45 PM
Atomicfrog:

You stated that: "Beautiful! Now if everyday could be like that :)"

I understand your sentiments, however, if you had your wish concerning this phenomenon, then it would be considered as only being "normal" and "ordinary."
 
2001-11-18 09:41:28 PM
Here in Alaska, the sky was glowing entirely red, ! to the South ! Very uncommon.
 
2001-11-18 11:01:47 PM
I've only seen them ONCE over here, just outside Toronto.

I wish they'd come back.
 
2001-11-19 01:40:39 AM
Very true Warren.
 
2001-11-19 01:45:39 AM
Warren Peese:

Lots of everyday things are beautiful however, just get a shot of sunsets or rainbows or what you will. Rare just means more "special", that's all, but no one cares about that right?

Haw haw

JuffoWup
 
2001-11-19 02:58:08 AM
i hear the skies in afghanistan are coloured quite special these days as well..
 
2001-11-19 04:48:21 AM
Anyone here play paintball? The picture by Tom Kaye in Chicago, Il is THE Tom Kaye from Airgun Designs.
 
2001-11-19 07:45:28 AM
A nice aurora then a killer meteor shower. Soon an eclipse. Good month :)
 
2001-11-19 12:19:47 PM
SOOOOOO COOOOL!!!!
 
2001-11-20 01:27:29 AM
Do you think God invented the aurora borealis the same day 'he invented peyote?
 
2001-11-24 01:29:29 AM
Now those are some kick ass pics!
 
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