All over Norway spectacular Northern lights are visible. On this page some higlights shot by friends.
To the left a time lapse video made by Hallvar Gisnås in Ny-Ålesund. The green line in the movie is the German LIDAR. The yellow house at 1:36 is the Netherlands Arctic Station.
Most of the Northern lights are visible in southward direction. Ny-Ålesund is so far north. The particles from the sun enter the atmosphere in a circle around the magnetic north pole.
As Ny-Ålesund is normally right under the circle, this night the highest intensities are seen in mainland Norway.
The video to the left is special, because it is not a time lapse video but a realtime video. This one shows beautifully the movement in the sky.
I have seen it once in Tromsö like that. It makes you gaze and shout in admiration.