Despite the bright light from the near full moon and the light halo of Oslo, the low hanging northern light is visible as a faint green glow just above the northern horizon. Perhaps the very last opportunity before the night of northern summer is but a passing twilight.

It’s a bit frustrating with night upon night of clear skies and no northern lights, but then again it’s all about luck and timing this far south.
In the north, you wouldn’t mind missing a few displays. Nonetheless I am unable to count the many nights where there’s northern lights and dense cloud cover…..