IceCube winterover Marc recently captured a nice swath of green auroras swirling above a bright low moon. It’s likely one of the last aurora photos of the season—as daylight begins to infiltrate the South Pole skies, auroras must be really bright in order to be seen. The images below of the telescopes in the Dark Sector show that the orangey glow of an imminent sunrise is starting to spread across the horizon. It was a relatively quiet week at the Pole, but weather balloon launching continues, twice a day lately. They also held a screening of all the Winter International Film Festival of Antarctica (WIFFA) movies produced by the other Antarctic stations.