These are REAL TIME notifications when the aurora borealis is visible in the sky. This is not automated, but done by watching the data and seeing the aurora with our own eyes. Have you lived in Alaska several months or even years, and never have seen the aurora? We see it several times PER WEEK!
HERE ARE THE LATEST ALERTS:
- Kp 3 tonight April 11/12, tomorrow night April 12/13 looking GREAT
- Kp 4 maybe but Kp 2 likely
- Auroras being seen in northern Europe Kp 5
- Friday night, tonight, auroras expected
- Auroras this weekend! Kp 6 forecast
Sweden, in January
Alberta lights from last September. Alberta is a great place to watch the lights, away from the cities of course
I want to plan a trip to go see them, any place where I can go?
April 21 lights over Nenana Ice Classic, Alaska
Northern Light Inception for 2016 My first photo of the Northern Lights in 2016 taken on January 3rd. Image inspired by the movie Inception. Photographer Göran Strand http://www.astrofotografen.se https://instagram.com/Astrofotografen https:/...
Aurora, sunset and a great question in Norway.
Ryan Stout shared this time lapse from December 2015, Bozeman, Montana lights
Big green band over Eagle River, 1205am
Any luck today to catch a glimpse ?
Auroral out a bit s of fairbanks 12:30am along with a couple mosquitos, sunset color, and wood frogs croaking
230 am. Auroras overhead in the Fairbanks area
Last night!!!! Auroras were out!
The lights are out. Fairbanks area
Last week from Fox, Alaska. Our nights are becoming lighter as summer approaches.
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Iceland last night
Kaunispää, Finnish Lapland on April 2nd.
Where else is a good spot to take pictures of the aurora near anchorage?
Fairbanks is cloudy now. Do you locals anticipate the clouds dissipating in the next few hours? If so, where might be a good viewing spot for a possible show tonight? It's our last night in Fairbanks and last night left us wanting another show!! T...
Nikiski, Alaska 3am
Short timelapse from Yellowknife
"Sunrise Auroras"-Auroras are slowly losing to the midnight sun. Photos from Wasilla, AK on April 14 & 17 at 415 am.- Photos by Brittney J Robles
Overnight in Alaska.