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Major NLCdisplay in progress - June 17th

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For those of you who say you have not seen a Noctilucent Cloud display before should head outdoors and look to the northwest. A very strong NLC display is up there, you just can't miss it.

For those of you who have seen one, enjoy this one even more.

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Replied by TrevorDurity on topic Re: Major NLCdisplay in progress - June 17th

Was keeping an eye out last night just in case. I only caught a brief glimpse through a break in the clouds but it looked like it was stronger than the previous two displays alright.
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Replied by dave_lillis on topic Re: Major NLCdisplay in progress - June 17th

Just had a look outside and there are small gaps in the cloud to the north and its looks very white in there, dont know if this is real NLC or not, if it is, then its a bright one!
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Replied by Frank Ryan on topic Re: Major NLCdisplay in progress - June 17th

Was out walking the dog at 11:30 and saw them.
They were bright and very high up.
Nothing tonight though.
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