Aurora & Iridium Flare

View of Leo the lion setting in the west approximately 45 minutes after sunset. An Auroa appeared and latter moved north. The bright streak is an Iridium flare from a satellite. The real bright star is the planet Jupiter.
 
Telescope / Lens 35 f/2.8 Canon Lens stopped down
Mount Type Piggyback on Losmandy Gemini G11
Camera Canon Ftb
 Filters 112mm UV
 Film  Kodak ED200 (Slide Film) #4
 Exposure 8 minutes; manual guiding FS/78
 Processing Push 1, Scanned - 2400 dpi, Photoshop
 Date June 19, 2004, 2250
 Location Eagles Rest, south of Dexter, Oregon
 Conditions 2500' magnitude 6+ Skies; Clear, steady

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