Visibility III / V
A nice haloshow in the light of the moon struck strangely after a long relentless season. I put the camera to capture the stack as soon as I got home from things. Zykki and 120 ° saur also shone brightly in the sky for a while, but the latter in particular faded away really quickly. Fortunately, it had barely fit in the camera's field of view. After that, I went to another camera to take pictures of the whole sky, but the best moment had already passed. Even the northern lights seemed to stick to the full sky.
The main image is a gif animation from 9:32 pm to 10:02 pm, images of unprocessed 10 second exposures. It shows how a cloud strip crossing the image area first ignites Sauri at 120 ° in the upper left corner and a zyk in the middle, and then draws a horizon ring towards the Moon. Although the zykki was strong, Kerni remained a dream this time as well. Parry as well as the 46-kama would have gone unnoticed with the naked eye.
Figure 2: A single raw image at 9:08 p.m.
Figure 3: 43 stack of images 21: 06-21: 16 (2xusm)
Figure 4: A sub-stack of 20 images more strongly interleaved than before at 21: 11-21: 16.
Figure 5: same as above bg-treated.
Figure 6: Raw full sky image at 9:35 p.m.
Figure 7. Stack of 30 images from 9:46 pm to 9:53 pm (3xusm)
Figure 8. Stack of 8 images from 22: 02-22: 03 (2xusm)