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I'm not sure if these count as noctilucent clouds at all, as they were lit up by the moon, about Midnight.

Taken with my Nikon Bridge camera, manual focus and exposure, ISO400 f3.2, 2 seconds.

Stretched in Photo Paint, denoised in Astra, horizontal line removal in PS.

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Hi there

They are 'normal' clouds.  Noctilucent Clouds have a particular iridescent character.  Google some images to compare.

They would also be low down in the northern sky.

The  NLC season is just starting.

Good luck!

Cheers

Paul

PS this reply should really be on your other post.

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Clouds are clouds.. a cloud is the enemy no matter by what name it is called. :-)

 

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