View Video March 17, 2015 Aurora Borealis Upper Michigan USA (time lapse of pictures into a video of 6 frames per sec.): We had a St. Patrick's Day storm afterall at Houghton Michigan, only this year, March 17, 2015, it was a geomagnetic storm. The Aurora Borealis was slightly visible right after sunset and very active G4 storm at 9:00 -11:00pm EST, Batteries ran out, and there was a break, with recharged batteries I saw the aurora was active again from 12:00 to 1:00 am EST March 18, 2015. View the Aurora Borealis Upper Michigan as 2 frames per second (slower)
I was out on the ice on the lake and it was very slippery. Another phenomenon that shook me up was the ice made a loud "kaboom" every once in a while when it was cracking, probably jolted the camera also.
We had a St. Patrick's Day storm afterall at Houghton Michigan, only this year, March 17, 2015, it was a geomagnetic storm. The Aurora Borealis was slightly visible right after sunset and very active G4 storm at 9:00 -11:00pm EST. The storm was caused by a Coronal Mass Ejection or "CME" that exploded off the sun, for several hours the storm was rated a G4-Class storm with a KP of 8.
Website Gallery to show you can get Aurora Borealis pictures and time lapse in Houghton Michigan and Keweenaw area of the Upper Peninsula
Aurora Borealis Northern Lights September 18-19, 2014 6 fps Houghton Michigan, Upper Peninsula. This night was affected by haze and humidity, lake breeze fogged up lens at times. A dim faded glow to a glow and then kind of suddenly some spikes12:11 am Aurora Borealis 6 frames per second version
Aurora Borealis September 11-12, 2014 6 fps Upper Peninsula Michigan Houghton 6 frames per second.
Includes a moonrise segment which later did affect the lighting of the aurora. Not continuous, shot about 10 pm to 1 pm.
Aurora Borealis 2 frames per second version
Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Houghton Michigan Upper Peninsula August 28 2014 Approx. Time 1:00 am EDT Approx. Loc. 47.08 88.55 The NOAA Space Weather Alert screenshot was not at that time, but shows the space weather event. Click for bigger picture of above Aurora image
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