Visibility III / V
I had popped in for a moment to photograph the starry sky and found that at very low it shows green with a long exposure. I thought the evening was in it. Wrong! Almost immediately back to the stations and for the next hour was allowed to follow the northern lights display. I photographed the northern lights between about 11 p.m. The arc of northern lights and the belt were visible, as well as the rays during the last show. The class was nicely active all the time. A few times, the red bottom was also visible to the naked eye. According to the car's meter, it was -21 degrees below zero. Northern lights were widespread from west to east. Not a 14mm tube was enough to get one picture of the whole view. Great evening though.
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