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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. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK:Bright Prominence Eruption (December 14, 2012)

    The Sun blows a robust prominence out into space... More...

    Started by SOHO, 14th December 2012 23:40
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 535
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  2. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Double-Barrel Action (December 7, 2012)

    The Sun blasted out two coronal mass ejections (CMEs) in quick succession over a 12-hour period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 7th December 2012 23:20
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 516
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  3. Exclamation HOTSHOT: Composite Eclipse

    The only time the solar corona, the Sun's outermost atmosphere, can be observed from the ground is during a total solar eclipse. This composite of...

    Started by SOHO, 7th December 2012 08:00
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 397
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  4. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Halo CMEs? We Got 'Em

    The Sun spewed out about a dozen coronal mass ejections (CMEs) over a six-day period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 1st December 2012 02:20
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 503
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  5. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Erupting Prominence and CME

    An erupting prominence associated with a coronal mass ejection blasted into space over a one-day period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 26th November 2012 17:30
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 388
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  6. 100 Million Images from SDO

    The three science investigations of SDO have taken over 100 million images of the Sun. This corresponds to 3 Petabytes (3000 Terabytes) of raw,...

    Started by SDO, 20th November 2012 20:30
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 621
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  7. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Back-sided Halo CME

    The Sun produced a series of at least eight coronal mass ejections (CMEs) over a two-day period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 17th November 2012 00:40
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 614
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  8. Arts meet Science!

    Dear Avalonians, here is a video produced by NASA where a filtered is used to show Arts meet Science, worth viewing. All the best to everyone. ...

    Started by Deega, 13th November 2012 20:07
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    • Views: 490
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  9. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Staccato Series

    The Sun produced a series of at least eight coronal mass ejections (CMEs) over a two-day period... More...

    Started by SOHO, 10th November 2012 14:10
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 468
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  10. Delta-H Maneuver Today

    SDO executed a Delta-H maneuver today. The thrusters were fired for 33 seconds at 1751 UTC (1251 ET) to keep the reaction wheels spinning at the...

    Started by SDO, 7th November 2012 19:00
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 494
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  11. SDO in a Music Video, No Lunar Transit Next Week

    There is a video on Youtube claiming that SDO will see a partial solar eclipse next week related to the total solar eclipse happening November 13....

    Started by SDO, 6th November 2012 15:40
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 589
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  12. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Royal Mail Honors Space Science

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of Britain's first contribution to space exploration... More...

    Started by SOHO, 2nd November 2012 23:00
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    • Views: 451
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  13. SDO Website is back up

    The SDO website is back up and running. More...

    Started by SDO, 31st October 2012 14:30
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 435
    1st November 2012 07:02 Go to last post
  14. The SDO Website is Down

    Due to anticipated power grid problems caused by Hurricane Sandy the SDO website has been shutdown. We regret the inconvenience. The website should...

    Started by SDO, 29th October 2012 19:00
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 1,016
    30th October 2012 13:48 Go to last post
  15. Rare Space Weather Event!!

    A strange proton flux was observed today, as you can see here: SIDC has issued this ALERT: http://www.sidc.be/products/presto/

    Started by MorningSong, 21st March 2011 21:14
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  16. AR 11598 Lets Go With an X1.8 Flare

    Last night AR 11598 unleashed an X1.8 flare, reaching peak brightness at 10/23/2012 0322 UTC in AIA 94. This active region has produced quite a few...

    Started by SDO, 23rd October 2012 11:40
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 816
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  17. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: STEREO Reaches its 6th Anniversary

    Each of these images was captured from a different perspective by one of STEREO spacecraft on More...

    Started by SOHO, 26th October 2012 20:30
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    • Views: 396
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  18. Data Handling Problems are Fixed

    The data handling problems have been fixed and data is flowing normally. More...

    Started by SDO, 22nd October 2012 12:40
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    • Views: 347
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  19. Bright Flare Today

    We had a bright flare, exceeding an M5 today at 1815 UTC. It can be seen as the rise in the ESP 0.1-7 nm channel at the top of this plot. The active...

    Started by SDO, 20th October 2012 19:10
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 828
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  20. Some Images are Delayed

    Due to problems at the SDO ground station some HMI data was not being transmitted correctly this weekend. Another anomaly at Stanford has introduced...

    Started by SDO, 21st October 2012 16:20
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    • Views: 684
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  21. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Streaming Eruption

    The STEREO (Ahead) spacecraft instruments caught this spectacular prominence eruption... More...

    Started by SOHO, 20th October 2012 09:00
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 989
    21st October 2012 09:44 Go to last post
  22. October 17, FOV and Flatfield Manevuers

    SDO successfully wobbled around yesterday and completed the EVE field-of-view and AIA/HMI Flatfield maneuvers. Here is an example of an AIA 335 image...

    Started by SDO, 18th October 2012 15:10
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 405
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  23. October 10, the EVE Cruciform Maneuver

    Last Wednesday SDO performed an EVE Cruciform maneuver, where the spacecraft points up and down and then side to side. This allows the EVE scientist...

    Started by SDO, 16th October 2012 12:50
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 614
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  24. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Unfurling Prominence

    A large prominence swirled and twisted above the Sun?s surface before breaking away More...

    Started by SOHO, 13th October 2012 14:10
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 458
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  25. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Halo CMEs Galore

    The Sun produced four halo coronal mass ejections (CMEs) in just three days as well as several other eruptions... More...

    Started by SOHO, 6th October 2012 00:40
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 536
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  26. Happy 130th Birthday, Dr. Robert H. Goddard

    Robert H. Goddard, the inventor of the rockets that make spaceflight possible and the namesake of the Goddard Space Flight Center, was born this day...

    Started by SDO, 5th October 2012 12:30
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  27. The First of the Fall Maneuvers is Today

    Today at 1830 UTC (2:30 pm ET) we will perform the HMI roll maneuver. The images are usually oriented to solar north before we see them, but...

    Started by SDO, 3rd October 2012 13:40
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 940
    4th October 2012 09:28 Go to last post
  28. Exclamation PICK OF THE WEEK: Bright Flare, Backside Event

    STEREO (Behind) caught this very bright flare that must have a fairly powerful event, given the extended breadth of the "bleeding" of pixels that it...

    Started by SOHO, 29th September 2012 05:10
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  29. Fall 2012 Eclipse Season Ends Tomorrow

    The Fall 2012 SDO eclipse season ends tomorrow. Here is a look at the penultimate eclipse in the AIA 1600 bandpass. This wavelength of light is...

    Started by SDO, 28th September 2012 18:20
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 565
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  30. Station-Keeping Maneuver Successful!

    Last night at 2250 UTC (6:50 pm ET) SDO performed another station keeping maneuver. These short firings of the thrusters keep SDO within the...

    Started by SDO, 27th September 2012 13:40
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 380
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