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    Re: NavList controls the universe
    From: John Huth
    Date: 2010 Aug 7, 20:45 -0400
    I was way out where there was no light pollution in the Wehana Tucannon Wilderness (eastern Oregon).   I spent a number of evenings out from the 1st through the 5th, trying to do time-lapse photography of the stars.    I didn't know about this storm, but, alas, I didn't see any lights on the 4th, and on the 5th, it was overcast.   Conditions were quite good on the 4th - dry, and a great view of the stars.   No aurora, however.

    I did see the 2003 show from Newton, Mass - it was fairly obvious - a lot of reds.

    My favorite display was in August 1992, seen in Wisconsin - really something spectacular.

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