Visibility III / V
During the evening, as early as 6 pm, thick mist began to accumulate on the shallow earth in many places. As the sky darkened, it obscured visibility in many places. After ten, I saw some narrow arc in the sky through the mist. It was close to the Milky Way, that is, almost in the zenith. The camera when I went inside to retrieve it was no longer visible. However, one image was captured by the glow of repos through the clouds. The attached fisheye photograph was taken at 22:52 local time. Not all forms of northern lights could be properly identified through the cloud
EDIT1: Supplement for radio observations (50MHz radio aura propagation). There were a lot of radio beacons heard through the Aurora progression on October 12, 2021.
-OH9SIX (50,417) Aurora's progress began on October 12, 2021, at 10:50 UT (marker 1) and ends at 13:50 UT (marker 2)
-OH9SIX (50,417) Aurora's progression again on October 12, 2021, at 3:50 PM UT (marker 3)
-other frequencies will emerge, the so-called southern lighthouses:
50.468 (SK3SIX, Sweden, Östersund) rises from 13:30 UT (marker 4)
50.4548 (LA8SIX, Norway near Oslo) rising from 2pm UT (marker 5)
50,460 (SA1CKI, Visby, Gotland) rising from 2pm UT (marker 6)
50,471 (OZ7IGY, Jystrup, Denmark) rises from 14:45 PM UT (marker 7)
-Southern southern lighthouses will disappear via Aurora at about 3:30 pm ... 4:00 pm UT
-OH9SIX (50,417) signal to be heard again on October 13, 2021, at 00 ... 01 UT
It was mind-boggling to follow the activity. It is likely that the area reflecting the radio signals (Aurora backscatter) has moved clearly to the south. There is a small question mark in the beacons' identification, you should reasonably be correct :-) The receiving antenna is pointed north, probably picked up some reflections from the side beam during the observations. As long as the next similar activity (or more intense) becomes, it will be interesting to make comparisons.