Παρασκευή, 24 Μαρτίου 2017

Photo credit : Taichi Nakamura 

The stars aligned for 130 aurora hunters on the first commercial flight to view the Southern Lights, which returned to Dunedin early on Friday morning.

The sold-out Aurora Australis charter was led by Otago Museum director Dr Ian Griffin, who said it was a "trip I'll remember not only for the amazing photos and lovely views, but also for the many amazing people I met during the project".

Passengers on the the eight-hour journey on board the Air New Zealand 767 were treated to spectacular views of the aurora, able to be viewed via the naked eye.


Photo credit : Brad Phipps


Photo credit : Brad Phipps



Video credit : Stephen Voos




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