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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Planets in Conjunction

    At their closest approach, these two bright planets, Mercury and Jupiter, were less than



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Comet Jacques

    STEREO has observed the recently discovered Comet Jacques as it passed by its nearest approach to the Sun



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Seeing Double

    The Sun unleashed two bursts of plasma over a two-day period...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Seeing Double

    The Sun unleashed two bursts of plasma over a two-day period...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Sequential Bursts

    A single active region on the Sun ejected at least half a dozen bursts of plasma...



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    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...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Bulbous Burst

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



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Several Far-side Blasts

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



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  9. 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 ejection...



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    Pick of the week: Six cmes in three days

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



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  11. PICK OF THE WEEK: Solar Storming with Some Halos

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



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    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...



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    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...



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    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...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Three CMEs in 24 hours

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



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    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



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Seeing the Difference

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



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: Outburst Series

    The Sun blasted at least half a dozen coronal mass ejections into space over a five-day period...



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  19. PICK OF THE WEEK: Multi-wavelength solar view of eclipse

    A composite of space- and ground-based observations in different wavelengths gathered on the day of the solar eclipse...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: SOHO Turns 18!

    SOHO was launched 18 years ago on Dec. 2, 1995. In terms of normal spacecraft operational years that would be tantamount to several lifetimes ago.



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