Pano shot of type 3 Noctilucent cloud display
Dungannon June 2019
Pre Dawn type 5 Noctilucent cloud display. mist forming on the fields below.
Dungannon June 2019
Amazing structure from type 5 Noctilucent cloud display
June 2019
Noctilucent cloud, wave like structure type 4 in brightness, just above Dungannon Golf club Dungannon
low type 4 Noctilucent cloud display, July 2019
pre dawn Noctilucent cloud display July 2019

First NLC Display of the season 2016  03/06/2016

NLC Display at beaghmore stone circles 03.06/2016

NLC Display at beaghmore stone circles 03.06/2016

Night clouds or noctilucent clouds are tenuous cloud-like phenomena that are the "ragged edge" of a much brighter and pervasive polar cloud layer called polar mesospheric clouds in the upper atmosphere, visible in a deep twilight. They are made of crystals of water ice. Noctilucent roughly means night shining in Latin.


My first Image of Noctilucent clouds taken 2014 in Dungannon

Me capturing My first Noctilucent cloud Display

A NLC Display Dungannon summer 2015

NLC Display Dunluce castle, county Antrim June 2015