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The Aurora Chaser Kjetil Skogli

15th February 2010. Amazing night, amazing lights

What a night. Perfect weather, clear skies and no wind.  -8’C in a valley near by Tromsø with no light polution.  After days with endless chase for clear skies is so nice to experience this. And specially for those of my guest was with me the stormy days, this is a totally different night 🙂

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8 Responses to “15th February 2010. Amazing night, amazing lights”

  1. Lydia Daniels

    I’m sooooooo jealous!

  2. Ainara

    Wowwww!! Like you said, there are amazing!! One question, what time is the best to see them? I will be there next week! 🙂

  3. kjetilskogli

    Hi Ainara.
    “Normally” between 18.00 and 21.00 we see the start of the northern lights for the evening, if she show up.
    And its also normal with an activitytop between 21.00 and 24.00. But no rules without exceptions 🙂
    Be patient and wait for it to happen. Good luck

  4. Paul Ebourne and Katie

    Got some amazing photos on 15 February with your help, Kjetil. Thank you so much for your advice.When Katie and I look up at Ursa Major (The Plough) we will always remember seeing it through the Northern Lights. What an experience!

  5. kjetilskogli

    Hi Paul & Katie.
    It was a good night and me to had a good time with all of you out there. It was very nice meeting you and I’m so happy for the display we got. It was the “forever” Next time I see the Ursa Major I will think of you 🙂

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