When such outbursts slam into our planet’s protective magnetic field, their particles funnel down into the atmosphere above the polar regions, where they spark northern lights. While it initially appeared that a large auroral display would grace our skies, further analysis of space weather data showed that Mother Nature had her own plans.
Well the solar cycle is still bound to surprise us, We all just need to be patient and keep those cameras loaded and ready. We’re Moving!As of October 23, 2014, StarStruck will be hosted on National Geographic's main news site. Give Your Photos ExposureSelected photographs will appear on our website and in our magazines! This photo was submitted to Your Shot, our storytelling community where members can take part in photo assignments, get expert feedback, be published, and more.
Maxim, 34 years old, drive his sledge, pulled by reindeers, using a long stick called “khorei”. Love the absence, feel and approach you took with this photograph, Dave, for the Built to Walk assignment.
A boy carries firewood through a lonely sliver of light back to his home in Bagan, Myanmar. John Stanmeyer is a humanist, photojournalist, Emmy nominated filmmaker and field recordist dedicated to social and political issues that define our times.
Paul Salopek is s veteran foreign correspondent who has reported on wars in Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Latin America, as well as on global topics such as oil production, child marriage, overfishing, and the human genome.
See fishing bats, moonlit boats, and monsoon rains in these pictures from our After Midnight Your Shot assignment.


As a monsoon hits Mumbai, a man watches the water fall from heavy skies in this photograph by Your Shot member Anil K. Shooting on the Day of the Dead, Your Shot member Daniel Kudish captured this street scene in Oaxaca, Mexico."The night is such an amazing time to photograph," wrote editing photographers Cook and Jenshel inA their introduction to the After Midnight assignment.
A bat flies overhead in this decisive moment captured byA Your Shot member Giovanni Chaves Portilla in Colombia. Stars spin over Monument Valley in a long-exposure photograph captured by Your Shot member Tommaso Maiocchi. We pored through the massive set of images of Earth from space to show you some of our favorites. This week’s strong solar storm was expected to trigger a sky show that stretched farther south than usual, appearing in skies over big parts of North America and Europe. As a result the brightest, most stunning auroras were witnessed around the Arctic Circle and in places like Ireland,  Norway, Alaska, and the Northwest Territories in Canada. A blast of solar wind from a coronal hole might have actually shoved the Earth-directed solar storm off course, resulting in our planet receiving only a glancing blow, instead of a full blast of space weather. We'll continue to be your source for all things in the cosmos and what's coming up in your night sky. Pachis, you have certainly captured what a majestic creature the bald eagle is, in this most captivating shot! It is an awe to know that one of God's attributes are likened to an Eagle that sees things intricately, He sees our deepest emotions. Thank you to everyone in the Your Shot community for taking Paul and me on one of the most fascinating visual and journalism rides in memory.


Over the last decade, John has worked nearly exclusively with National Geographic magazine, producing over 14 stories for the magazine and resulting in 10 covers.
Mohanty.Mohanty submitted the picture to "After Midnight," a Your Shot assignment that is accepting submissions until June 30, 2014.
The picture was made with a remotely mounted camera that automatically took ten-second exposures. Cook and Jenshel will select a few pictures to appear in a Your Shot story soon thereafter.
I, as a hobby photographer, am stunned at the effect that the discontinued use of just one Ag. This image many at 20 or 24mm would have helped put a more elegant shape in the walkers body and gait. Cook and Jenshel's final selections will be posted in a story on Your Shot shortly after the assignment ends on June 30. I am a young man that loves photography, especially wildlife such as this and I need a camera.




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