Sometimes it’s hard to believe what you see in the sky. During the Shelios Expedition to Greenland in late August, even veteran sky enthusiasts saw auroras so colorful, so fast changing, and so unusual in form that they could remember nothing like it.
As the ever changing auroras evolved, huge shapes spread across the sky morphed from one familiar form into another, including what looked to be the head of a goat (shown above), the head of an elephant, a strange green-tailed comet, and fingers on a celestial hand.
Even without the aurora, the sky would be notable for the arching band of our Milky Way Galaxy and the interesting field of stars, nebulas, and galaxies. In contrast, in the foreground is a farm house in Tasiusaq, Kujalleq. Greenland. The Shelios project exists not only to observe auroras but to motivate students to consider a career in science.
kinda back on tumblr!
i remembered there’s really good pics here. but i follow blogs that are probably old or deactivated. i don’t mean that the bad way but any blog suggestions? :)
Junior Cert in six days. Not much study done yet. But first test is English. I have to get a higher grade on it -.-
if i had a choice to experience the past again, i would. :(
my dashboard’s full of shite that i dont even like anymore -.- im not bothered to unfollow them.. grrrrrrr
ohh the days when i used to like those shite… :/
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