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shortcoming is that we do not fully understand the complicated processes, starting from the Sun and ending in the near-space of the Earth, involved in the cosmic ignition of the Northern lights. ACE is still operational however, so now we have two sources of solar wind data. Hourly Forecast, using real-time solar wind data from. More about spaceweather. These gauges are our own system, they are updated every 60 seconds directly from. The skill of real-time predictions is, unfortunately, rather low; we cannot make predictions for several days like forecasting normal weather.
This table allows you to see what Kp level is typically required see aurora borealis where you are in the event of high geomagnetic activity. Nasas ACE spacecraft, matched with data obtained from a network of magnetometers located worldwide, we are able to forecast, with reasonable accuracy, how the Northern Lights will behave up to one hour in advance. But during high activity, auroras are often visible from much lower latitudes, often including Scotland, Ireland, vret holmestrand Denmark, Estonia and more. The data you see here is what the. Image should be used as a guide only, it is based on predicted geomagnetic activity.