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NLC 2015-08-10/11

BAA report

The report to the BAA Aurora Section gives an overview of the night, which times were cloudy, free of NLC, or with sightings of NLC.

Name of observer: Horst Meyerdierks
Location: Royal Observatory Edinburgh, 55.9N 3.2W
          unattended compact camera with limited field of view
          A ~325-35, h ~0-40; images every 15 min
Date: 2015-08-10/11

   UT     forms  bright   height   azimuth   comments
                  ness   top bot  left rght  e.g. weather
--------  -----  ------  --- ---  ---- ----  --------------------------------
20:30:01  X                                  some cloud
20:45:02  X                                  some cloud
21:00:02  0                                  cloud to h 5 or 10
21:15:10  0                                  cloud to h 5 or 10
21:30:32  0                                  cloud to h 5 or 10
21:46:30  X                                  cloud to h 5 or 10
22:01:24  X                                  cloud to h 5 or 10
22:17:33  X                                  cloud to h 10 or 15
22:32:33  X                                  cloud to h 15
22:47:33  X                                  cloud to h 20
02:02:34  X                                  cloud to h 5
02:16:24  X                                  cloud to h 5, green glow, aurora?
02:30:47  0
02:45:47  X                                  cloud to h 5
03:00:32  0
03:15:03  0
03:30:02  0
03:45:01  0
04:00:01  0

forms: I: veil
       II: bands
       III: waves
       IV: whirls
       NLC: other than or multiple of I-IV
       0: no NLC
       X: no decision possible (mist, cloud etc.)
brightness: 1: very weak
            2: clearly detected
            3: clearly visible
            4: very bright
            5: extremely bright

NLCnet report

The periods of absence of NLC are reported to the NLC Observers' Home Page:

Name: Horst Meyerdierks
Country: Scotland
Location: Edinburgh
Date: 2015/08/10-11
Start: 21:00
End: 04:00
Comments: Cloud 21:45 to 02:15.

Images

No NLC has been observed, hence no images are made available here.