Jemma Mobi the basics

jemma mobi Has so much information for Northern lights hunting in Finland. Most of it is custom written (in python?) It takes data from a series of different places to give you a lot of data to interpret.
We shall start at the top. colour coded meters.

Unlike other websites Jemma.Mobi use simple bars. Colour coded. The colours of importance are the yellow oranges and reds.
Bz-, Density, Speed. These are the 3 main go to meters for good data. They take data from DSCOVR or ACE. The system is quite clever if the newer satellite is out of range it switches to the older one. graphs.

These would take a lot of explaining. But I think a colour code explains this well. 1 note which is worth pointing out to you. X- and Z- components has an empty selection box. Select the nearest place to you for readings.

  • Green is a typical – normal reading.
  • Yellow is a raised number – If you are in a northern area it could be a good indicator.
  • Red is a good strong reading meters

These are straight forward and useful and relatively clear meters images and graphs. At the top – estimated and real forecast and a meter.
Then the 3h can be changed to give you 8hour 1day 3day data for all of the above meters (useful for seeing how a storm has built up). A simple over head map of the world with a green swirl depicting where the aurora might be seen. A map of Finland. The dots change colour to depict activity. NOAA Kp prediction. News alerts for northern lights.

I will come back to this article Jemma Mobi the basics and add links to a Wiki for references about each meter for further reading.

Jemma Mobi the basics
Overhead Aurora / Northern Lights taken in Tesjoki Southern Finland

Jemma Mobi the basics

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