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    Solar pick: Here comes the sun

    The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) has been watching the Sun for almost 20 years. In that time it has seen solar activity ramp up and...



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    Solar pick: Bright filament eruption

    An elongated solar filament that extended almost half the Sun's visible hemisphere erupted into space (Apr. 28-29, 2015) in a large burst of bright plasma.



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  3. Solar pick: Source of st. Patrick's day aurora

    Most of the energy that generated the most powerful geomagnetic storm of this solar cycle on March 17-18, 2015 came from this fast-moving, Earth-directed coronal mass ejection (CME)



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    Pick of the week: Total solar eclipse 2015

    On March 20, 2015 a solar eclipse raced across the northern Atlantic between Ireland and Iceland before hitting land...



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    SOHO HOTSHOT: SOHO's 3000th Comet Contest

    SOHO is approaching the date when its images will reveal its 3000th comet, a record-extending achievement. So we are offering everyone an opportunity to guess when this will happen...



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    PICK OF THE WEEK: SOHO Comet 2875

    An unusual comet is skirting past the Sun (Feb.18-20, 2015). "It's a 'non-group comet,' meaning that it does not appear to be related to any other comet or comet family that we have on record,"...
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    Pick of the week: Far-side halo outburst

    The Sun blew out a powerful coronal mass ejection (CME) from just around the edge of the Sun...



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  8. Pick of the week: Earth-directed x-class flare and cme

    An active region just about squarely facing Earth erupted with an X 1.6 flare (largest class) as well as a coronal mass ejection (CME)...



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    Pick of the week: Proton storm surge

    A far-side powerful flare erupted and triggered a huge and long-lasting proton storm that flew...



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    Pick of the week: Magnificent blast

    STEREO (Behind) captured this magnificent coronal mass ejection (associated with an M-class flare) that flung a long stream of plasma...



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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: 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: Seeing Double

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



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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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  19. 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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