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NLCs June 2010

The NLC season has started, although a lot of sightings have been lost due to cloud cover.  A typical spring!!! 

The first report I received was from Alastair McBeath in Morpeth for the night 11/12 June. 

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This shot was taken by Mike Alexander of the Galloway Astronomy Centre on the 14/15 June. 

This Display was also seen by Alastair MacBeath in Morpeth. 

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Alastair also saw a good display the next night, 15/16 June. 

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Alastair got the next sighting on the 20/21, quite a weak display this time 

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I got my first contact on the 22/23  from Glenbarry.  It was very weak, like a Y shapped con-trail.

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Alastair saw a weak display on the 24/25 from Morpeth. 

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I saw this display from Glenbarry on the 25/26. It was quite large, but mostly hidden by cloud, and completely clouded over after 20 mins. 

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Alastair MacBeath from Morpeth saw a weak display on the 27/28 

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This photo was taken by Alan Tough from Elgin on the 28/29 and shows quite a good display. 

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