Auroras
Taken by B.Art Braafhart on April 14, 2018 @ Salla-Finnish Lapland
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With another coronal whole on its way, the result of the one before was still visible last night. It was amazing how fast the auroras showed up and faded out again. Coloring the night sky with the whole aurora color pallet. It is worth to change the normal day-night rhythm a bit and then not missing anything from the spectacle above our heads during the almost nightless night. And still more expected the 20th of April. My latest observation date in an aurora season was 23rd of April. So, everything is possible! Still one week to Keep an eye on the sky (and a little longer, as we face now the midnight sun period, but that is another story ;-)
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