Hopefully a discussion to help us get through this looong solar minimum. So - what is your most memorable aurora display?
Mine, in Slovenia at 41° N corrected geomagnetic latitude, was the November 20, 2003 geomagnetic storm. 8 hours of non stop aurora activity, reaching into the southern sky during the peak (60° high red curtains in the south!). A close second is the October 31, 2003 storm: made it almost to the zenith, but a much, much brighter display than the November one. Cycle 23 was quite generous, with a number of very good displays so far south - had a good display also on July 15, 2000, among others. At the time I never thought Cycle 24 would be so much worse, and that almost 18 years later I'd still be waiting for a repeat of the spectacle this far south. Or that seeing proper sunspots would become a rare event.