Hey everyone, just a quick timelapse video to show you what I was seeing on Wednesday night. I got an alert on my phone that there was a geomagnetic storm going on here in Canada, so I went out to a nearby beach, set up the camera to see if I could capture any activity.
As soon as the timelapse started, the sky exploded in aurora activity. Huge sheets and ribbons stretching from horizon to horizon. I’ve never seen anything like it.
The timelapse was made with a Panasonic Lumix GH5 (the same camera we use for the Guide to Space) with a 14mm Rokinon lens. It’s 200 separate images, f 2/8, ISO 3200.