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Latest reports from SOHO and Solar related discussion.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Sun Stuff: What's up!

    New thread to post info on the sun's activity. Old thread has been moved to Future Talk due to the nature of the OP RE: Boeing Whistleblower via...

    Started by MorningSong, 7th September 2011 00:15
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Something Really BIG is Going on With The Sun

    What I am about to post may be a hoax and it might not. I found this info on another forum and the poster there found it on a 3rd forum still. ...

    Started by MorningSong, 19th March 2010 00:45
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: The Sun Now

    The Latest Images From SOHO and STEREO Spacecraft Images usually update hourly SOHO http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/home.html STEREO

    Started by Richard, 13th April 2010 18:36
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  1. Lightbulb "Geometry" (? !) in Solar Coronal Holes?

    Human's seeing things in clouds, or seeing things in pictures which may or may not be there is called, anthropomorphism - ref:...

    Started by Bob, 18th May 2014 19:38
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  2. Launching a Sounding Rocket to Help Calibrate NASA's SDO

    Tomorrow at high noon Mountain Time, the SDO EVE calibration sounding rocket will launch from White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. It is only 15...

    Started by SDO, 20th May 2015 20:40
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  3. DDS offline

    The SDO DDS went offline at about 2247 UTC (6:47 p.m. ET). The SDO Flight Operations Team is looking into the outage. More...

    Started by SDO, 20th May 2015 03:00
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  4. IRU Calibration Maneuver is Complete

    Today's IRU calibration Maneuver has finished. Here is a short movie showing what SDO did. We first pointed the high-gain antennas away from the...

    Started by SDO, 13th May 2015 13:10
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  5. IRU Calibration Maneuver

    SDO will perform an IRU Calibration maneuver on May 13, 2015 from 0400 UTC (Midnight) to 1200 UTC (8 a.m. ET). The spacecraft will perform a series...

    Started by SDO, 13th May 2015 01:00
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  6. Momentum Management Maneuver #22 Complete

    SDO executed Momentum Management Maneuver #22 today at 1815 UTC (2:15 pm ET). We used 48.8 gr (1.72 oz) of propellant to change the reaction wheel...

    Started by SDO, 6th May 2015 21:30
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  7. SDO 171 and 304 images get brighter

    We've adjusted the settings on the AIA 171 ┼ (yellow) and 304 ┼ (orange) images - the Sun isn't getting brighter, the settings have been changed so...

    Started by SDO, 5th May 2015 20:20
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  8. Exclamation Solar pick: Bright filament eruption

    An elongated solar filament that extended almost half the Sun's visible hemisphere erupted into space (Apr. 28-29, 2015) in a large burst of bright...

    Started by SOHO, 1st May 2015 20:10
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  9. Happy 5th Birthday to SDO Science Data!

    Today is the 5th birthday of SDO Science Data. On May 1, 2010, SDO was commissioned as a NASA observatory and began sending science data to...

    Started by SDO, 1st May 2015 13:20
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  10. Spring Maneuvers and Beakman

    SDO has performed maneuvers the past two Wednesdays. The EVE cruciform on April 8 and the field of view rasters on April 15. Today SDO was...

    Started by SDO, 19th April 2015 19:40
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  11. SDO is Back in Science Mode

    SDO returned to science mode at 1534 UTC (11:34 a.m. ET). The high-gain antennas were configured for the remainder of day today through the high-gain...

    Started by SDO, 1st April 2015 19:40
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  12. SDO is Almost Back to Normal

    SDO is now pointing at the Sun with one high-gain antenna returning science data. The other high-gain antenna is pointing in the wrong direction and...

    Started by SDO, 1st April 2015 14:50
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  13. SDO Offline

    Last night at 0551 UTC (0152 a.m. ET), as SDO began the scheduled roll calibration maneuver, the ACS went into Sun-acquisition mode. SDO remains in...

    Started by SDO, 1st April 2015 10:40
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  14. Post STEREO going into "safe mode" on far side of Sun

    The IMPACT, PLASTIC, and SECCHI instruments on STEREO Ahead were turned off at 16:00 UT on Friday, 20 March 2015 in preparation for superior solar...

    Started by NASA, 25th March 2015 04:10
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  15. Data Delivery System in Maintenance Mode

    The SDO Data Delivery System (DDS) is the interface between the antennas that receive the SDO data and the science data centers. At this time we are...

    Started by SDO, 24th March 2015 20:10
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  16. Exclamation Solar pick: Source of st. Patrick's day aurora

    Most of the energy that generated the most powerful geomagnetic storm of this solar cycle on March 17-18, 2015 came from this fast-moving,...

    Started by SOHO, 24th March 2015 16:00
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  17. Exclamation Pick of the week: Total solar eclipse 2015

    On March 20, 2015 a solar eclipse raced across the northern Atlantic between Ireland and Iceland before hitting land... More...

    Started by SOHO, 23rd March 2015 20:50
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  18. How Loud is the Sun?

    Tuesday morning was our last eclipse of the Spring 2015 eclipse season, so SDO is back to solar data 24/7. A recent post on reddit.com asked...

    Started by SDO, 18th March 2015 21:00
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  19. The First X-class Flare of 2015!

    Active Region 12297 was the site of two M-class flares yesterday and an X2.1 starting today at 1611 UTC (12:11 p.m. ET). AR 12297 is in the southern...

    Started by SDO, 11th March 2015 17:40
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    11th March 2015 21:28 Go to last post
  20. Exclamation SOHO HOTSHOT: SOHO's 3000th Comet Contest

    SOHO is approaching the date when its images will reveal its 3000th comet, a record-extending achievement. So we are offering everyone an opportunity...

    Started by SOHO, 4th March 2015 21:00
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  21. Spring 2015 Eclipse Season has Begun

    The spring 2015 eclipse season has begun! Yesterday at 0711 UTC (2:11 am ET) the Earth passed between SDO and the Sun. We can't see the Sun during...

    Started by SDO, 25th February 2015 00:30
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  22. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: SOHO Comet 2875

    An unusual comet is skirting past the Sun (Feb.18-20, 2015). "It's a 'non-group comet,' meaning that it does not appear to be related to any other...

    Started by SOHO, 20th February 2015 21:40
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  23. SDO is in the News!

    The San Jose Mercury News had a front-page story about predicting solar flares. Drs. Bobra and Couvidat use many kinds of data, but rely heavily on...

    Started by SDO, 17th February 2015 20:00
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  24. SDO's Fifth Anniversary and DSCOVR's New Beginning

    SDO's 5th anniversary of launch was celebrated with the release of a Five year video by the GSFC Office of Communications. We also attended the...

    Started by SDO, 12th February 2015 15:40
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  25. Five Years of SDO

    It is hard to believe that the SDO launch was 5 years ago! Tomorrow, February 11, is the fifth anniversary of the SDO launch. It was a cold day in...

    Started by SDO, 10th February 2015 21:20
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  26. Post A Selfie from the Other Side of the Sun.

    STEREO-A is now on the other side of the Sun, over 290 million km (180 million miles) away (See Where is STEREO? ). Recently, a new planet has...

    Started by NASA, 6th February 2015 05:10
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  27. Today's Maneuvers

    Today, February 4, 2015, SDO performed two maneuvers, the EVE FOV from 1315-1557 UTC (5:15-10:57 am ET) and the HMI/AIA Flat Field from 1630-1907 UTC...

    Started by SDO, 4th February 2015 16:50
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  28. Celebrate the "Year of Light" With a Beautiful SDO Image!

    UNESCO has declared 2015 as the International Year of Light. A story on CNN showed NASA images to celebrate IYL2015. One image was an AIA 193...

    Started by SDO, 2nd February 2015 20:30
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  29. EVE Cruciform Today

    Today, from 1800-2252 UTC (1:00-5:52 pm ET), SDO will perform the EVE Cruciform calibration maneuver. During this time the images may be blurred. ...

    Started by SDO, 28th January 2015 20:00
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  30. Yesterday's Maneuver and Today's Weather in Las Cruces

    Yesterday at 1950 UTC (2:50 p.m. ET) SDO did Momentum Maneuver #21. Science data may not be available for 20 minutes on either side of the thruster...

    Started by SDO, 22nd January 2015 19:30
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