Visibility V / V
Wow, what a beautiful trip! In the very early evening, a "bulge" appeared in the aurora borealis on the east side, which swelled the dunes. And that's where the dunes were in the end, they were only visible for a small moment, strangely bent in the pictures, on the west side at the upper edge of the arch, which was located really high at the time. Strange pulsating horizontal pillars and aurora borealis "bulbs" appeared especially on the southeast side and were difficult to photograph.
At the beginning of the evening, Korona was red, the rest of the seen green-red victorious. I personally liked the special band-like aurora borealis and I was left wondering how much the reddish band that passed through the sky affects the colors of the corona or does it? Tonight's ribbon-like revelation had two different reds, Sar-kaare's red and purple, which is more likely to be associated with Steve. Which of the rarities has been in the sky or has it happened again that the SAR arc has changed to Steve in flight, as happened in 2017? Or was there both again in the sky? Green proton auroras, or pulsating spots, also occurred with the arc. To the eye, this nocturnal arc appeared as a variably pale band that "drown" in the other aurora borealis. As other aurora borealises swirled around, it remained in place, moving across the sky in a majestic ribbon-like pattern from west to east, as the Sar-kaaren should. Or that Steven.
Now, when I look at the pictures afterwards, I have to whisper that "helpful" to the Skywatchers! At least Sar is in the pictures, but what else can be found in them? Or is that two-color band STEVE after all? Sar was really in the south and remained in a somewhat awkward perspective forever.
Sar is best seen in pictures 3-8, which are taken at 21.29, 22.02, 22.04, 22.31, 22.32, 22.42
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On todella upeita ja hienoja kuvia kaikki. Ihania kirkkaita värejä taivas täynnä
Ja kiitos vielä kerran :)