Aurora LIVE is by far the best app to see the Aurora Borealis LIVE on the internet. If you are chasing the aurora this is one of few apps that WILL help you find a good spot for the aurora. You have the chance to enjoy the biggest network of northern lights livestreams, in the highest quality on the internet. You can also check the aurora forecast LIVE 24/7. Subscribers can win a free stay in monthly raffles, get push notifications when the aurora appear and also get the app without ads.
The biggest network of live cameras showing the aurora borealis globally
20+ cameras online 24/7
Cameras in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, USA, Australia
Push notifications when the aurora is detected
Advanced graphs made easy to understand
Explore all recommended aurora locations
Take part in the monthly raffles/giveaways
NEVER MISS OUT ON THE AURORA WHEN IT APPEAR
Our goal is to make all the difficult values and measurements easy to understand. After many years, we have learned there are a few things that are more important in the hunt for the Northern Lights. The most important thing is a cloudless sky. All measurements are only a prediction, and give no northern lights guarantee.
Analyzing / Detection / Alerting:
We have the most advanced alerting system – You get notifications and
We have combined alerts from NOAA and GFZ in the same speedometer. The outer bar shows the values from NOAA and the inner bar gives you the GFZ values.
a prediction of how the kp index will develop in the next few hours.
shows you in a simple way how the next 3 days Kp-Index develops
needs to drop - for aurora to appear.
from 250 and up can give nice movements in the sky
Shows total energy measured in GigaWatts. The HP value is a underrated value. Many photographers hold this as one of the most important values in the hunt for aurora. A high HP = get ready to see the aurora.
The aurora oval:
The oval can be understood as a huge ring above the earth’s geomagnetic North Pole. Too keep this simple the Ovation-Prime model show where the aurora will be visible. The Ovation model is actually the closest science has come to predict aurora in an accurate way.