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  1. Thread: Today's Maneuver

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    Today's Maneuver

    SDO is running the EVE Field of View and HMI/AIA Flatfield maneuvers today. During these maneuvers the science data may be blurry or absent.

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    New Features on Website

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    The SDO website (sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov)...
  3. Happy Summer Solstice and Congratulations to Phil Scherrer!

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    Today at 1554 UTC (11:54 a.m. ET) the Sun reached its most...
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    Listening to the Sun

    Ever wish you could listen to SDO data? We have developed new ways to do just that!
    This week the American Astronomical Society and the AAS Solar Physics Division had a joint meeting in St Louis....
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    Momentum Management Maneuver #34 Today

    SDO will execute Momentum Management Maneuver #34 (MM#34) today from 1845-1915 UTC (2:45-3:15 pm ET). During a maneuver the science data may be unavailable or blurred.

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    SDO Maneuvers Today

    SDO will execute two calibration maneuvers today. The EVE Field of View maneuver will run from 1315-1600 UTC (9:15 am-12 noon ET). The HMI/AIA Flatfield maneuver will then run from 1630-1907 UTC...
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    SDO Plans for the Next Eight Months

    Significant events in SDO's timeline are below. Calibration maneuvers are still being scheduled as we await the launch of CLASP-2 at White Sands and for the completion of the second perihelion pass...
  8. Thread: That's a Transit!

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    That's a Transit!

    The long lunar transit SDO saw last night was quite a show. Here's a movie in AIA 171 Å from March 6, 2000 UTC, to March 7, 0400 UTC (March 6, 3:00-11:00 pm ET) showing the entire transit. The Moon...
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    Station Keeping Maneuver #18 Today

    SDO will perform station keeping maneuver #18 (SK#18) today from 2225-2300 UTC (5:25-6:00 pm ET). During this time SDO data may be blurry or missing. These maneuvers are performed to keep SDO within...
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    Another Nifty Lunar Transit from SDO

    The previously scheduled station-keeping maneuver is delayed until next week (February 27). It's time to talk the lunar transit of March 6-7, 2019.

    From 2200 UTC on March 6,2019, until 0207 UTC on...
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    Happy 9th Anniversary SDO!

    Nine years ago today, at 10:23 am ET, SDO rose into the sky atop an Atlas V 401 launch vehicle. Since that day SDO has returned over 350 million images of the Sun, produced over 3000 scientific...
  12. Thread: Welcome to 2019!

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    Welcome to 2019!

    The replacement of the computers serving https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov have arrived at Goddard! The system will be replaced and the data moved to the new drives over the next few weeks. We will be ready...
  13. Thread: Furlough Notice

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    Furlough Notice

    The Federal Government is currently shut down. Although the SDO spacecraft continues to be monitored and the science data continues to be generated, the Goddard website at sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov may be...
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    Momentum Management Maneuver #33

    SDO will perform Momentum Management Maneuver (Delta-H) #33 between 1946 and 2040 UTC (2:46-3:40 pm ET) today. We will fire the thrusters to bring the reaction wheels to their planned speeds. Science...
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    Lunar Transit on November 7, 2018

    SDO will experience a lunar transit on November 7, 2018. Here is a movie from the Flight Operations Team that shows SDO, the Sun, and the Moon during the transit. This transit lasts from 2024-2116...
  16. HMI Focus Adjustments Today, Data may be Unavailable

    Anything looking at the Sun tends to heat up. The SDO instruments have been looking at the Sun for 8.5 years. Although they are designed to look at the Sun for a long time, some changes still happen....
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    Nice Video of Solar Cycle 24 Eruptions

    Can't get enough solar eruptions, especially from SDO? Here's a nice video from the Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence in Brussels, Belgium. They call it Spectacular Solar Eruptions during Solar...
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    SDO Maneuvers September 12, 2018

    Between 1315 and 1900 UTC (9:15 am - 3 pm ET) On September 12, 2018, SDO performed the EVE field of view and HMI/AIA flat field maneuvers. During the maneuvers science data may be blurry, displaced,...
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    The September 9-10 Double Lunar Transits

    SDO will experience a double lunar transit on September 9 and 10, 2018. Here is a movie from the Flight Operations Team that shows SDO, the Sun, and the Moon during the transits. During the first...
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    Power Interruption Today

    The SDO.gsfc.nasa.gov website will be unavailable today from 7:00 am - noon ET while work on the electrical supply to the building takes place.

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