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  1. 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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  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: 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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  1. Exclamation Do Solar Tsunami's Exist?

    The twin STEREO spacecraft confirmed their reality in February 2009 when sunspot 11012 unexpectedly erupted. The blast hurled a billion-ton cloud of...

    Started by NASA, 26th February 2010 19:53
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  2. PICK OF THE WEEK: CME Bursts: Harbingers of Activity to Come?

    The Sun showed some signs of life recently (Mar. 6-10, 2010) with two good-sized coronal mass ejections... More...

    Started by SOHO, 19th March 2010 18:20
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  3. PICK OF THE WEEK: CME Lashes Out

    STEREO (Ahead) watched as a strong coronal mass ejection (CME) and an eruptive prominence rose up and stretched way out above the Sun's surface... ...

    Started by SOHO, 19th March 2010 18:20
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  4. PICK OF THE WEEK: Streaming Solar Wind and More

    The Heliospheric Imager (HI) on the STEREO Ahead spacecraft observed as solar wind streamed from the Sun and three coronal mass ejections... ...

    Started by SOHO, 3rd April 2010 02:10
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  5. Question Absence of sunspots making scientists wonder if large solar storms are imminent.

    This is a 2 page article about the recent decline of sunspots and if it could cause much larger solar storms and another mini Ice Age by 2015. All of...

    Started by jacody, 24th June 2010 04:02
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  6. Post STEREO spacecraft catch comet diving into Sun

    Using instruments aboard NASA's twin STEREO spacecraft, four post-doctoral fellows at UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory were able to track the...

    Started by NASA, 28th May 2010 05:30
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  7. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Huge Eruptive Prominence

    The largest eruptive prominence observed in years blasted into space (April 13, 2010) and SOHO was lucky enough to have caught a key moment of it. As...

    Started by SOHO, 17th April 2010 05:10
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  8. Post Sun Erupts: Epic Blast Seen by NASA Solar Observatory

    NASA's new Solar Dynamics Observatory may be getting all the press this week for its retina-searing first pictures of the sun. But two old...

    Started by NASA, 27th April 2010 13:20
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  9. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Coronal Hole with Nearby Activity

    STEREO (Behind) watched over a 48-hour period (April 23-25, 2010) as a substantial coronal hole (the much darker area) rotated towards solar center,...

    Started by SOHO, 1st May 2010 02:11
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  10. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Eruptive Trio

    As an active region rotated into view, it blew out three relatively small eruptions over about two days (Apr. 30 - May 2) as STEREO (Ahead) observed...

    Started by SOHO, 8th May 2010 11:49
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  11. Post Solar Story: Understanding the Sun

    STEREO featured live and on-line in a new exhibition at the UK National Maritime Museum More...

    Started by NASA, 13th May 2010 19:30
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  12. Post The Sun is Blank (May 9)

    The earth facing side of the sun is now blank of sunspots as what was left of Sunspot 1069 has rotated onto the western limb. The Solar X-Rays have...

    Started by Richard, 13th May 2010 23:00
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  13. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Prominence Lift-Off

    STEREO (Ahead) kept a steady eye on a narrow portion of a solar prominence that rose up, wavered, and finally broke away from the Sun (May 28-30,...

    Started by SOHO, 4th June 2010 18:10
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  14. Post Small Sunspot Forms (May 20)

    A small sunspot is forming in the southern hemisphere of the sun. It formed during the later portion of Thursday and has not yet received an official...

    Started by Richard, 21st May 2010 10:40
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  15. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Long, Cool Filament

    Hi-res TIF image (3.7M) This SOHO image of an elongated filament, taken in extreme UV light, shows a cooler (and thus darker) string of...

    Started by SOHO, 22nd May 2010 01:24
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  16. Post Geomagnetic Storm / Solar Update (May 29)

    The Bz has been tilting sharply south for long durations and this is helping to create Aurora conditions at very high latitudes. Geomagnetic Storm...

    Started by Richard, 29th May 2010 21:50
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  17. Post Sunspot 1076 Grows (June 2)

    Sunspot 1076 showed extensive growth during the day on Wednesday and now has a chance of produce C-Class solar flares. So far the X-Ray flux has been...

    Started by Richard, 3rd June 2010 01:30
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  18. Post A 3D Solar Wave

    When a coronal mass ejection (CME) erupts from the Sun, movies in extreme ultraviolet light often show enormous waves, spreading over a large area on...

    Started by NASA, 15th June 2010 12:50
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  19. Post A 3D Solar Wave

    When a coronal mass ejection (CME) erupts from the Sun, movies in extreme ultraviolet light often show enormous waves, spreading over a large area on...

    Started by NASA, 16th June 2010 13:30
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  20. Post Solar Update / Sunspots (June 18)

    A small new sunspot formed late on Friday and is located out ahead of existing Sunspot 1082 in the northern hemisphere. Both regions remain small and...

    Started by Richard, 19th June 2010 04:01
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  21. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Storm Surge

    SOHO observed a series of coronal mass ejections blasted out from the Sun over a 6-day period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 19th June 2010 10:10
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  22. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Nary a TRACE to be found

    The stalwart and accomplished TRACE Small Explorer (SMEX) mission is ending its operations... More...

    Started by SOHO, 27th June 2010 20:50
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  23. Post Sunspot 1084 / Aurora Watch (June 29)

    Sunspot 1084 which is located in the southern hemisphere is about the size of planet earth, but has a simple magnetic signature and currently poses...

    Started by Richard, 30th June 2010 04:10
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  24. Post Solar Update / Eastern Limb (July 5)

    A new sunspot has formed in the northern hemisphere of the sun and was numbered 1086. In the southern hemisphere, Sunspot 1084 quietly persists. A...

    Started by Richard, 6th July 2010 10:20
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  25. Post A 3D Solar Wave

    When a coronal mass ejection (CME) erupts from the Sun, movies in extreme ultraviolet light often show enormous waves, spreading over a large area on...

    Started by NASA, 6th July 2010 22:30
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  26. Post STEREO Reveals Solar Storm Related to Failure Aboard Communications Satellite

    Observations from NASA's twin Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) spacecraft have allowed Naval Research Laboratory scientists to see...

    Started by NASA, 8th July 2010 17:50
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  27. Post Sunspot 1087 / Solar Update (July 9)

    Sunspot 1087 was numbered on Friday and was probably much bigger than it currently is. A few small sunspots are visible, but this region is mostly a...

    Started by Richard, 10th July 2010 11:30
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  28. Post Sunspot 1089 / Solar Update (July 19)

    Just as Sunspot 1087 has disappeared, a new sunspot numbered 1089 has rotated into view on the eastern limb. You can see the new images below. There...

    Started by Richard, 20th July 2010 03:40
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  29. Solar Cycle 24 in the Southern Hemisphere?

    Solar Cycle 24 is starting to come alive and show active regions, sunspots, flares, and CMEs. On Sunday AR 11093, the large magnetic complex in the...

    Started by Richard, 10th August 2010 18:30
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  30. AIA and HMI Images are back online

    The AIA and HMI images are again flowing to the Data part of the SDO website. We are sorry for any inconvenience. More...

    Started by Richard, 11th August 2010 21:00
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