Aurora Activity/Solar Cycle.
Taken by Rob Stammes on December 1, 2017 @ Polarlightcenter Lofoten Norway.
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Many people think that if the solar activity is high, there is more northern light to see than when the solar activity is low.Here my statistics from 2014-15,with the second peak in the last maximum and my aurora observations from the last three months.
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