Visibility V / V
It just was the best of the season ... not when after ... not when it was now. Mass, brightness ... just before midnight the window showed the belts so high that I had to really reach out ... grab a couple of belts and then put the canola ... out into the yard ... not when the wider view ... half the sky with giant fish bones .. .1h15 min rumbled in the search for compositions .... Top street view at 0:45. The lightroom had to dampen the nights. Rapeseed 1st edition 1:40 and the performance continues.
Edit. The show ranked between west and northeast, extending almost to the zenith. Figure 2 shows the still faint extensive fish bones at the beginning of the show. Bright calmly curving nights appeared as the show progressed. After three more, the carpet formed by the belts reached a height of 80 degrees in the lightening sky in the north.
Edit 2. From the window you could follow the final shutdown of the show. When I knew where to look, at a height of about 60 degrees, the sharp-edged belt stood out at 4:20 and I even got a picture of it taken through the stained window. Rotating the pola, the wire disappeared. The Stellarium gave the height of the Sun's center point then - 2 degrees. The timestamp of the image is about one and a half minutes behind. The Nikon watch doesn't really keep up with the times.
Edit 3. I was still checking when I took the picture. Camera error was - 1min 40 sec. According to the Stellarium, the height of the Sun in the coordinates of the observation site was -2 degrees 01 '17' '. The distance between the night clouds and the Sun was about 60 degrees.