Taken by B.Art Braafhart on January 3, 2019 @ Salla - Finnish Lapland
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The year 2019 had just begun its 3rd day for about 1 hour when the green glow (only visible on camera) started to change. Bz was going up and down and the temperature dropped to a cracking -30C, that because of a slight breeze felt like -39C. Before I fled inside I made this picture in a hazy atmosphere. In daytime the temperature rose to -16C, we even saw the sun again! And now it is -9C (so fast it can change here), but now also snow showers, so, most probably no auroras to see. Keep an Eye on the Sky! But, too cold is too cold! ;-)
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