This winter I have had the pleasure to work up in Northern Norway for weeks. During this period there has been several solar storms and also been lucky enough to have had bright weather. Some nights has taken my breath away, because of very strong Northern lights. It is not new to me at all, but I do think one night was one of five best night I can remember concerning Aurora Borealis. Up on the Arctic Ocean I have just seen it one night, in February, and then we saw it in the South in fact. The reason we seldom see it up there is, the light is coming fast in March and we normally do not go out of the tent in the evening. Have already been out the whole day, and tired. So wonder what I have lost of Northern Light experience up there?