Weak Aurora And Strong Airglow
Taken by Laura Kranich on May 10, 2016 @ Near Kiel, SH, Germany
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Date Taken: 2016:05:10 04:05:38
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While out for the last dark night until the end of July to take photos of the milky way, I found the northern horizon tinted with a purple-reddish hue. At times some faint beams of red aurora moved over the horizon.
A bit later I discovered faint bands of airglow across the whole sky, which often appears together with such weak auroras.
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