Visibility IV / V
With the naked eye, there were no particularly bright northern lights in the sky at first, but the camera images showed colors that the eyes did not distinguish from the sky. The warps were at their best between 1 and 2:30 a.m., after which they faded and a thin cloud of clouds appeared in the sky. At first there were flares, then the northern lights spread well over half the sky, sometimes moving very fast. The most special were at around 02 o'clock the sharp "scaly" and pastel-colored northern lights patterns. Photographed with camera automation, by hand.