Aurora Borealis: Human eye vs Camera vs Internet Astrophotography is a hoax when they do not notify you of the level of processing that the images that are showing you have. They tell you: look at the wonders of the sky; But they don’t let you know: you can never see it with your eyes because it is a processed image, a composition or even an illustration created with images. So to be fair, I want to show some comparisons […]
During the Pi Day, 3-14, (2022 March 13th to 14th) a G2 geomagnetic storm could be seen from Estonia. Cracks in Earth’s magnetic field, more frequent around the equinox due to Russell-McPherron effect, make these storms a magnificent spectacle of northern lights. This video was recorded last night from Viimsi, north of Tallinn, and shows the auroras that could be seen.
Amazing results shooting with a DSLR camera and a lens, or a DSLR camera and a small telescope.