Over 1000 night of aurora activity are featured here as "Keograms", each a visualization of the sky overhead from sunset to sunrise. A keogram helps you find nights of strong aurora activity. Here are some examples:
Below each keogram is coloured bar showing the Kp-index - a measure of geomagnetic activity throughout the night, updated every 3 hours. Higher Kp means greater the chance of seeing the aurora.
Selecting a keogram will open a virtual campsite in Yellowknife, where you can look around and watch that night's aurora.
Scroll through the keograms and select one to be taken to your virtual campsite under the aurora