Last nights we had some guests with extra needs, so the arrangement was a little different. We were extremely lucky with the weather, and with madame Aurora. Aurora showed up at the time when I would normally pick up the clients, but yesterday was special in that way too.
Statistically there is most Northern Light activities from 10 to 11 pm. That's statistic. Yesterday there were most activities from 6 to 10 pm. A week ago there was an explosion at 2 am. To check it out for yourself, please go to http://flux.phys.uit.no/cgi-bin/mkstackplot.cgi?&comp=H&cust=&site=tro2a&Sync=& Click on real time to see what is happening now, or what happened an hour ago. Click on Prev. day to see how it has been. If the graph stays flat, there is no activity, if it goes up or down, something is happening. Be aware that even if the graph is flat we can often still see the northern lights.
|This photo was taken on 25.11.2013 at 23:34|
Here are the activities: http://flux.phys.uit.no/cgi-bin/mkstackplot.cgi?&comp=H&cust=&site=tro2a&Sync=1385420400&
Back on our not so usual day on Håkøya. Here are Silvia's photos taken a few hundred meters from our house.