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Originally posted by webpirate
reply to post by ALOSTSOUL
Actually thats the best parts of it...
Here is the actual forecast...and it does show SE England right at the tip of the lesser viewing area:
Pic courtesy of spaceweather.com...
Is it still there actually?
Was it the first night you saw it?
Would you like to take a look if it will still be visible when the sun will rise?
Is the light constant in its luminosity or is it changing?
No way this could be the Northern lights, as you said it was visible plain South... Plus Nothern lights are rarely visible from London latitude.
Do you have the original photography, so I could try (Nice work from Oneisone BTW) to enhance it too (better to do it on the best resolution)?
Originally posted by elevenaugust
Since I'm actually living in the direction of your view (Brittany in France), I'll see if I can see something up to the North right now.