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18 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

A full moon is like a floodlight out there. 

Few years ago some friends & I went fat biking at night, at a state game area on shores of Lake Erie in the winter.  There was snow on the ground and full moon (or close to full). With the moonlight reflecting on the snow, we didn't need lights. Pretty cool.

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26 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

No, we’re way too far south. 

I still haven't seen them myself. Various long-time locals have seen them, in my area. The probability is higher in Alberta,  but need to get away from city lights.

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1 minute ago, shootingstar said:

I still haven't seen them myself. Various long-time locals have seen them, in my area. The probability is higher in Alberta,  but need to get away from city lights.

Jasper is the furthest north we’ve visited. Didn’t see any the night we were there. 

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1 minute ago, shootingstar said:

If that's your shot, it's wonderful, Sue!

I wish… Photos like this are often composites of a few photos laid atop each other and stitched together. 

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15 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

Jasper is the furthest north we’ve visited. Didn’t see any the night we were there. 

They promote dark skies for viewing stars ..and northern lights, which is always by chance. This year earlier in winter was some activity north of us.

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13 hours ago, shootingstar said:

Do northern lights light up sky occasionally at your end?  

On my bucket list of shit to see one day. As of right now that’s gonna have to be after Emmy graduates unless we see them from a softball field. 

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