Visibility IV / V
The magnificent aurora borealis all over the sky started as soon as the sky got dark. For a long time, the green cloud covered almost the entire sky and most seemed to be happening directly overhead. Several cameras shot timelapse in different directions, there was also something to shoot in the south direction.
Figure 1. "Aurora borealis bubble" facing south at 22:56-00:29.
Figure 2. Full sky at 21:18-22:04.
Figure 3. Eastern sky at 22:22-22:57.
Figure 4. Eastern sky at 20:56.
Figure 5. Western sky at 21:32.
Figure 6. The whole sky at 21:55.
Figure 7. The fading ripples of the show in the west at 0:14.