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  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. Solar Charts

    with everything going on with the sun right now, I'm going to put all my favorite charts up with a small description of what they tell me... I...

    Started by Rocky_Shorz, 10th September 2012 05:45
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  2. HMI Roll Tonight

    Tonight, April 9, 2014, from 0519-1200 UTC (1:19 am - 8:00 am ET). SDO will execute the HMI Roll maneuver. The spacecraft will spin 360 degrees about...

    Started by SDO, 8th April 2014 19:10
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    • Views: 237
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  3. EVE Cruciform on April 2, 2014

    Yesterday, between 1730 and 2230 UTC (1:30 pm to 6:30 pm ET) SDO did the EVE cruciform maneuver. SDO nods back and forth and up and down. Here is an...

    Started by SDO, 3rd April 2014 15:10
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    • Views: 246
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  4. X-1 Flare Yesterday with a Nice Coronal Dimming

    The X-1 flare on Saturday produced a very nice example of coronal dimming. Here is a short movie showing five hours of the Sun in the AIA 193...

    Started by SDO, 31st March 2014 13:30
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    • Views: 203
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  5. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Five Days/Eight CMEs

    The dynamism of the Sun was readily apparent for five days in the past week: it blasted at least eight substantial coronal mass ejections... ...

    Started by SOHO, 28th March 2014 14:20
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    • Views: 205
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  6. Momentum Management Maneuver Today

    Today at 1840 UTC (2:40 pm ET) SDO will execute a momentum management maneuver. For about 45 minutes from 1815 to 1900 UTC SDO data may be...

    Started by SDO, 26th March 2014 15:10
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 236
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  7. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Bulbous Burst

    The Sun blew out to its left a large, bulbous coronal mass ejection... More...

    Started by SOHO, 23rd March 2014 02:10
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 296
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  8. Post The "Perfect" Solar Storm?

    On July 22, 2012, a massive cloud of solar material erupted off the sun's right side, zooming out into space and passing one of NASA's two Solar...

    Started by NASA, 19th March 2014 07:40
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  9. SDO on the Astronomy Picture of the Day

    An very nice animation of SDO images for the month of January 2014 is featured on the Astronomy Picture of the Day for March 12, 2014. The images...

    Started by SDO, 12th March 2014 12:40
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    • Views: 221
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  10. Earth Raises Plasma Shields to Defend Herself Against Solar Storms

    This recent article in New Scientist Magazine explains new findings about how the earth is able to actively defend herself (and us!) against solar...

    Started by Fellow Aspirant, 8th March 2014 05:31
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  11. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Several Far-side Blasts

    Active regions on the far side of the Sun unleashed half a dozen coronal mass ejections... More...

    Started by SOHO, 7th March 2014 16:00
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    • Views: 215
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  12. Stationkeeping Maneuver Today

    Today at 2035 UTC (5:35 pm ET) SDO will execute a stationkeeping maneuver. For about 45 minutes from 2015 to 2100 UTC SDO data will be unavailable. ...

    Started by SDO, 5th March 2014 18:10
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  13. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: X4.9 Flare Erupts along with associated CME

    An active region at the edge of the Sun blew out an X4.9 flare (one of the largest of the current solar activity cycle) and a coronal mass...

    Started by SOHO, 1st March 2014 01:20
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  14. 2014 Spring Eclipse Season has Begun

    The SDO 2014 Spring Eclipse Season has begun! For the next 3 weeks the Earth will pass between SDO and the Sun around 0730 UTC each morning. They...

    Started by SDO, 27th February 2014 21:10
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  15. Whoa, an X4.9 Flare!

    This morning the Sun released an X4.9 flare from AR 11990 at 13 S, 78 E on the solar disk. It can be seen in this AIA 94 image as the bright area on...

    Started by SDO, 25th February 2014 11:50
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  16. Solar Max Geek Out

    When I think about solar maximum it isn’t just sunspot number. I think about how bright the Sun has gotten in the wavelengths of light that...

    Started by SDO, 24th February 2014 21:00
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  17. Exclamation Pick of the week: Six cmes in three days

    An active Sun blasted six coronal mass ejections (CMEs) in three days... More...

    Started by SOHO, 21st February 2014 20:50
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    • Views: 379
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  18. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Solar Storming with Some Halos

    The Sun popped off several coronal mass ejections (CMEs) in a little over three days... More...

    Started by SOHO, 15th February 2014 17:50
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    • Views: 276
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  19. A New Room for the SDO Website Server

    This morning we are moving the computers that host the SDO website into a new server room at Goddard. The website will be offline for about 1 hour...

    Started by SDO, 12th February 2014 13:30
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  20. Four Years of SDO and A New Look for our Website!

    It was a cold day in Florida when SDO was launched on February 11, 2010. The Goddard Space Flight Center, along with much of the East Coast of the...

    Started by SDO, 11th February 2014 16:00
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  21. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Sun's Busy Week

    Three solar disturbances in less than a day erupted from the Sun, with the ensuing particle clouds all expanding... More...

    Started by SOHO, 8th February 2014 02:00
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    • Views: 233
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  22. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: A Trio of Bursts

    Three solar disturbances in less than a day erupted from the Sun, with the ensuing particle clouds all expanding... More...

    Started by SOHO, 3rd February 2014 20:50
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  23. A Lunar Transit

    Today the Moon passed between SDO and the Sun from 1331-1556 UTC (8:31-1056 am ET). At 2.5 hours in length, it was the longest lunar transit so far...

    Started by SDO, 30th January 2014 16:50
    • Replies: 1
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  24. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Sun Bursts

    The Sun blew off a series of particle clouds in less than a day, all heading in the same direction... More...

    Started by SOHO, 24th January 2014 16:00
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  25. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Three CMEs in 24 hours

    The Sun burst out with a trio of coronal mass ejections within 24 hours... More...

    Started by SOHO, 18th January 2014 02:40
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    • Views: 397
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  26. SDO Flight Dynamics Predicted Events for the Beginning of 2014

    The SDO Flight Dynamics team has produced and delivered the first quarter predictions. They extend to the beginning of the Fall Eclipse Season on...

    Started by SDO, 15th January 2014 13:50
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  27. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Strong Proton Storm

    A solar magnetic active region containing the largest sunspot group of the last 10 years unleashed a large (X1.2) flare when More...

    Started by SOHO, 10th January 2014 15:40
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    • Views: 451
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  28. Happy Perihelion!

    Today, January 4, at 1200 UTC (7 am EST), the Earth was at perihelion. This is when we were closest to the Sun in our orbit around the Sun. At...

    Started by SDO, 4th January 2014 17:30
    • Replies: 1
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  29. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Seeing the Difference

    With its C2 coronagraph instrument, SOHO captured a blossoming coronal mass ejection as it roared into space... More...

    Started by SOHO, 3rd January 2014 15:30
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  30. Was Comet ISON Seen in AIA 4500?

    A recent blog post at The Astronomy Stackexchange asked whether an AIA image taken during the perihelion passage of Comet ISON showed the comet. It...

    Started by SDO, 30th December 2013 17:20
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