Northern Lights Sighting Statistics

The nights are drawing in. The temperature is dropping, the darkness grows. We are now entering Aurora season 2018/2019. The current activity on the Sun is declining so there is...

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Northern Lights Sighting Statistics

The nights are drawing in. The temperature is dropping, the darkness grows. We are now entering Aurora season 2018/2019.

The current activity on the Sun is declining so there is less frequent chances to see the Northern Lights from Arran, but there’s still a chance.

over the course of this winter I will keep the sightings record as up to date as possible, with photographic evidence. Sometimes there might be an active aurora when it’s cloudy, so unless you are flying above the clouds or there are some gaps then there is no chance to see it.

You need to have a clear view north…and it needs to be dark. Sometimes you can see it with the naked eye, other times you need a camera to caputre the faint light.

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