Rare Red Aurora Crossing the Milky Way

Photographer
rroesch@gmail.com
Email
rroesch@gmail.com
Location of photo
Long Lake Conservation Area, MN
Date/Time of photo
8-28-14/2:00 AM
Equipment
Camera: Canon 6D, Lens: Rokinon 14mm
Description
Attending the NNSF in MN, auroras started showing some columns with red and green hues in the NE horizon. After about 15 min an Aurora Bean appeared, first splitting in two and then forming one very long beam which extended all the way from the NW horizon accross the Milky Way reaching the constellation of Aries. The Aurora Beam was longer than 90 degrees. Phto details: ISO 3200, 20s exposure