Typical to Russia’s North, Aurora Borealis was spotted above several central regions of Russia on March 17th, 2015. Residents of Tver, Perm, Vologda, Saint Petersburg and Moscow regions got a chance to enjoy Northern Lights. Unusual geomagnetic activity is in part responsible for uncommon show in these parts of Russia.
Geomagnetic activity is still high, meaning aurora borealis could be seen anywhere north of red line on map this eve. pic.twitter.com/s42ezos52k
— Liam Dutton (@liamdutton) March 17, 2015