Whisper of the Wind
The aurorae, or Northern and Southern lights, are caused by the interaction between the Earth's atmosphere and a stream of particles from the Sun known as the solar wind. The Earth's magnetic feild funnels these particles down over the planet's poles giving rise to glowing curtains of coloured light. These are best seen in the night sky near to the North and South Poles.
Born digital photograph entitled 'Whisper of the Wind', by Dave Brosha, taken on 3rd April 2010 in Canada, shores of Vee Lake, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera; Sigma 15 mm fisheye lens on a static tripod
Runner -up of the Earth and Space in Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2010
Object number: ZBA8635
- Image reference: DBR0001
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Copyright of the artist.
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