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Nadia Tildesley

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About Nadia Tildesley

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  1. Aurora Australis & Star Trails

    east coast Tasmania, Australia 18 Feb 2018 composite of two images
  2. Lady Aurora Lord Thylacine and the Enchanting Emu

    CME 15-16 Feb 2018 Pay attention when the ISS passes over from the right (west) side of aurora. Lord Thylacine makes his entrance. Midnight to dawn - east coast Tasmania, Australia Enjoy the show [wiki] "...Thylacinus cynocephalus) was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. It is commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger (because of its striped lower back) or the Tasmanian wolf. Native to continental Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, it is believed to have become extinct in the 20th century..." LadyAurora LordThyalacine EnchantingEmu_v2.mp4
  3. X-flare/G4 aurora 08Sep2017

    A 'one out of the box' event during solar minimum. Bright enough to punch thru near full Moonlight.
  4. aurora "down under" Bicheno Tasmania 31 Jan 2017

    Txs Marcel, no such thing as up or down in space and the obvious thing of living down under
  5. aurora " down under "

    aurora " down under " CHHSS G1 - 31 Jan 2017 Aurora photos from Tasmania
  6. Bicheno Tasmania (4 of 4) 2015.Sep.9-10

    Aurora australis during the wonderfully bright display. Just after midnight local time of 12:05am EST I witnessed a 'bolide / fireball / meteor' for a good five seconds, right to left with a downward wobble and possibly a towards angle.

    © Nadia Tildesley

  7. Bicheno Tasmania (3 of 4) 2015.Sep.9-10

    My naked eye version of aurora australis during the wonderfully bright display. A just after midnight local time of 12:05am EST I witnessed a 'bolide / fireball / meteor' for a good five seconds, right to left with a downward wobble and possibly a towards angle.

    © Nadia Tildesley

  8. Bicheno Tasmania (2 of 4) 2015.Sep.9-10

    I'm always asked if you can see this much colour with the eyes. So the best way I can demonstrate is to do a 'naked eye version' of what I see.

    © Nadia Tildesley

  9. Bicheno Tasmania (1 of 4) 2015.Sep.9-10

    camera version 8pm EST

    © Nadia Tildesley

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