It hasn't been overly eventful for aurora at mid latitudes, that's solar minimum for you.
This is version2 time lapse from a wonderful G2/G2moderate event back in 20 April 2018
Enjoy with the sound on
aurora australis, central east coast Tasmania, Australia
I come home in the morning light,
My Hubby asks "Have you been out all night?"
Oh, Hubby dear, We ARE the fortunate ones.
This girls' hav'n some fu-un.
Oh-h Chasers, Just wanna have fu-un.
The app dings in the middle of the night
My Hubby asks "Aurora tonight?"
Oh, Hubby dear, You know you're still number one,
but CHASERS they wanna have fun
Ohh CHASERS just wanna have ... ... ... SOME A-U-R-O-R-A !
! CHASERS THEY WANT !
! WUNNA HAVE FUN !
! CHASERS !
Some boys take a beautiful girl
And hide her away from the rest of the world.
I wanna be the one to walk in the AURORA.
Oh girls, WE wanna have fun
That's all WE really wa-a-nt ... AURORA fu-un
When the work'n day is done .....
20 April 2018 - version1 "only worry in the world is the tide gunna reach my chair tripod"
CME 15-16 Feb 2018
Pay attention when the ISS passes over from the right (west) side of aurora.
Lord Thylacine makes his entrance.
Midnight to dawn - east coast Tasmania, Australia
Enjoy the show
[wiki] "...Thylacinus cynocephalus ) was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times . It is commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger (because of its striped lower back) or the Tasmanian wolf . Native to continental Australia , Tasmania and New Guinea , it is believed to have become extinct in the 20th century..."