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Latest Aim for 24-07-2020....Clear night forecast...so worth keeping an eye on the European webcams fo sightings....the regressing mass makes it imposible to forecast using the AIM`s..... but i`ll settle for a clear night..and maybe a low level display

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Very strong and beatifull display of NCL clouds in midsweden now

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21 minutes ago, mushymanrob said:

We went out but only got very faint ones on camera

I`ve not seen any yet... Rob  I`m hoping for a second half peformance

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Story of the season... late 2nd half display partially clouded over

Bright display moving from NNE to NNW    3 am - 4 am.... up to 10°

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3 hours ago, Arnie Pie said:

Story of the season... late 2nd half display partially clouded over

Bright display moving from NNE to NNW    3 am - 4 am.... up to 10°

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DAMN! ... as it happens i woke up for a pee... looked out but it was cloudy here! GRRRRR

Great pics 🙂 and it confirms what we saw... very faint "lines"... visible only with camera, might post on TAW later.

btw... what did you use to photograph them? what settings?

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This was just south of my location at 320am but I was bye byes Zzzzzzzzz

Lovely shot from Dusty posted on AUK looking North from Gravesend over the Thames Estuary

 

 

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Latest AIM for 25-07-2020.

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.Bonus catch this morning which shows up well at the 2 'dayout' on this AIM

Rob "btw... what did you use to photograph them? what settings?"

28mm - 90mm 2" @ f 7.1 iso 200 -640  for the images

Keep an eye on the Eoro Cams for sign`s of a low display for Evening/ Morning chances

 

 

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1 hour ago, Arnie Pie said:

Latest AIM for 25-07-2020.

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.Bonus catch this morning which shows up well at the 2 'dayout' on this AIM

Rob "btw... what did you use to photograph them? what settings?"

28mm - 90mm 2" @ f 7.1 iso 200 -640  for the images

Keep an eye on the Eoro Cams for sign`s of a low display for Evening/ Morning chances

 

 

Ah, proper camera.... ive got a samsung galaxy s20 , and a little lumix..

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Latest AIM for 26-07-2020...Interesting to see on this AIM at the 1 'dayout' position...which having migrated around from the 2 'dayout' position....is still very much in position to tell the story of yesterdays early morning observations

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Ive been thinking about the daisy charts... we do the 5 day cycle, and as the charts are released 2 days late we look towards 2 o'clock for tonights prediction...

But is this accurate?... there are now 24 hours in the day, what time are the images taken?

The best sighting i saw this year was the evening of June 21st.... so looking at June 19th daisy, we see clouds spilling out just over the 60* line at 1 o'clock , so perhaps 1 o'clock is more accurate then 2, due to the time in the day they are taken. ? ....

EDIT..... it also works for the display i saw on june 30th.... the daisy for june 30th taken on june 28th showed a strong showing just after 12, between 12 and 1 o'clock....

 

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Latest AIM for  27-07-2020...Nowt really at the 3 dayout position to get excited about ....but there looks to be a clear night/morning ahead 🙄  

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 This was from Monday nights of the 1st half no show...and for Tuesday morning late 2nd half display...to tell the whole story we will have to wait until the individual orbit strip images are released by Nasa..which is normally 5 days after the full AIM image is released

these will be useful...because they show the time at which they were taken

@mushymanrob i`ll reply later with some thoughts👍

 

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Last nights daisy.... im liking to look of those clouds around ten o'clock, if they hold/build they should be somewhere over us tonight...

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5 hours ago, mushymanrob said:

Last nights daisy.... im liking to look of those clouds around ten o'clock, if they hold/build they should be somewhere over us tonight...

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Yes Rob...i think if this was June... i would feel confident to forecast a good display this evening/ morning

However..with a regressing mass and with a few more Sun spots showing up this week..we can only hope that this configuration has held in its 3 day migration

Mind you something woke up the Baltic radar this morning

on a personel note it would be a first for me... to capture an August NLC

Lets hope that there is enough gaps in the clouds this evening / morning🤞

 

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On 08/07/2020 at 17:13, Arnie Pie said:

Ella Kammerath Loch Shiel, Ardnamurchan, Scottish highlands around 1am

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thought of you @Mr Frost and your future shot😄

Next Summer! 😄 Hopefully I can sneak out the house without waking up my partner/toddler son next year! 

I returned to work at the start of July (had been working from home since the end of March) so not really had a chance to stay up late! 

June was great though - couple of fantastic viewings from hanging out the window between 12:00/01:00am. 😃

Would like to say thank you to yourself, @mushymanrob @Paul Sherman (others of course) for all the predictions/forecasts! Great pictures posted in here this season from everyone and really enjoyed all the reports and posts in general! 

Was planning on staying up into the early hours but the cloud/rain has arrived - standard stuff for most of the last four weeks up here!

Hopefully we all get to see another display this month. 

All the best to you all.

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Snapped some noctilucents Sunday 4am in a gap between clouds, but forgot to post as I fell asleep!

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Suprise, but very welcome catch this morning 2.35 am very low to the NW

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9 hours ago, Arnie Pie said:

Suprise, but very welcome catch this morning 2.35 am very low to the NW

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88mm  5" @ f 6.3 iso 250

i went out last night, dusk, but wretched cirrus ahead of todays rain arrived as the sun went down. i captured some light areas behind the broken cloud ... maybe there was a display but i cannot count it.  too cloudy here the rest of the night.

 

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Guess its all but over 😞

 

Been a fantastic season, well done everyone, its been great fun, but especially Arnie Pie whos been an inspiration 

Happy new year! See you next May ! 

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