Visibility I / V
A strong solar storm had been predicted that day and the satellites had measured it. Unfortunately, Cloudiness covered a large part of the country, but we still went to look for an opening in the clouds. Some kind of opening was found and the lights glowed dimly overhead, partly also in the southern sky for a while. At the time, red stood out as the southernmost of all in the pictures. I had just read in the magazine stars and space about the newly studied form of aurora borealis, RAGDA.
It occurred to me that that could be it when I looked at the pictures at home. It was unfortunate, though, that Cloudiness and severe light pollution when the picture of the phenomenon is in the direction of Porvoo (west-southwest), so it doesn't stand out very well.
For the first time during my riding hobby, the lights rose overhead here in southern Finland, albeit dimly without clear shapes. #edge