In the Clouds Photography

Comet Hale-Bopp above the Indian Peaks (Mt. Audubon).
Comet Hale-Bopp above Colorado's Pawnee Buttes - moonlight provides foreground light in this long exposure.
Comet Hale-Bopp above the Indian Peaks (Mt. Audubon).
Aurora borealis makes an infrequent visit to lower latitudes (41 degrees).
Though infrequent at these latitudes, the aurora borealis displays red and green curtains.
Curtains of red and green light the night sky during an infrequent visit this far south.
Upward pointing red spikes light the night sky due to the aurora borealis.
Launch of the Mars Pathfinder Mission from Cape Canaveral on a Titan rocket.

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Suggested reading & related info:

Book: Northern Lights: The Science, Myth, and Wonder of Aurora Borealis by George Bryson
Book: Aurora: The Mysterious Northern Lights by Candace Savage
Book: Aurora: A Tale of the Northern Lights by Mindy Dwyer
Web: Aurora (astronomy) by Wikipedia
Web: Northern Lights Sigurour H. Stefnisson
Web: Space Weather Prediction Center
Web: Space Weather
Web: Solar Terrestrial Dispatch