Visibility III / V
The images on the left show a red-purple arc or radius straight up from the western horizon. At first it was only visible on the camera but when I looked away. so I saw it dimly even with the naked eye. Some people estimate that there could be a SAR. But it may not, however, because it is to some extent related to the main formation of the northern lights and is not very uniform in shape. There was a lot of red and lilac in the sky above the greenish Northern Lights, up to about 50 degrees in the northwest sky.