The magnetometers did not show much activity tonight, but nevertheless I was able to see aurora for the entire time that I was out from 23:54 to 01:35 UTC. It was mostly difficult to see with the naked eye due to the ongoing combined challenges of twilight and full moon, but the camera revealed that a green band was present across the northern sky throughout (Images 1 and 2). At 00:29 there was a brief flare-up of brighter activity, with the auroral band taking on some structure and becoming bright green to the naked eye (Images 3 and 4). This brightness fluctuated over the next period (Image 5), but died down again from 00:52. A weak band of green aurora remained visible to the camera and, very weakly, to the naked eye for the remainder of the time that I was observing (Image 6).