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    Why NASA Studies the Ultraviolet Sun

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    You cannot look at the sun without special filters, and the naked eye cannot perceive certain wavelengths of sunlight. Solar physicists must...
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    Momentum Management Maneuver #20 is Today

    SDO will execute Momentum Management Maneuver #20 today from about 1915-1945 UTC (3:15-3:45 p.m. ET). This Delta-H burn is used to keep the reaction wheels within their speed limits. During the...
  3. Thread: This Week in SDO

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    This Week in SDO

    On July 9 SDO did the EVE FOV and HMI/AIA Flatfield maneuvers. You may have seen the images from AIA wiggle and blur during these maneuvers. This is a normal part of running a solar observatory in a...
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    What Is a Magnetic Field?

    Recently I was working at the City Skies Solar Workshop at the Franklin Institute. This program brings middle school teachers and community center leaders together to provide STEM activities at the...
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    @NASA_SDO Won't Tweet Anymore

    The @NASA_SDO and @NASA_SDO_EDU Twitter feeds are changing. The main feed, @NASA_SDO, has ended and traffic will be redirected to @NASASunEarth. The teacher feed, @NASA_SDO_EDU, is now being handled...
  6. Another Double Whammy from Active Region 12087!

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    Active Region 12087 rotated into view yesterday and produced 2 X-class flares. This...
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    Great Day in the Mornin', A Double X-flare

    This morning a new active region rotated into view on the solar disk and promptly emitted two X-class flares. Here is a movie of the first flare in the AIA 1600 passband. It peaked in the NOAA X-ray...
  8. Dr. Thomas Duvall, Jr., wins the 2014 AAS/SPD Hale Prize

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    Last night the Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society awarded their highest honor to...
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    EVE MEGS-A and SAM have been Turned Off

    I am very sad to say that SDO has decided to turn off EVE MEGS-A and EVE SAM. The EVE MEGS-A/SAM instrument has had a failure in the CCD electronics. The EVE team is looking at ways to start them...
  10. X-class Solar Flares from Space and the Ground!

    Wondering what else we need to know to understand X-class solar flares? Join SDO and others on a Google+ Hangout today at 2:30 pm ET. We will describe an X1 flare that happened 29-Mar-2014. It was...
  11. Thread: Today's Maneuvers

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    Today's Maneuvers

    Today, 23-Apr-2014, SDO will perform two maneuvers. First up is the EVE Field of View, starting at 1315 UTC (9:15 am ET). Second is the HMI/AIA Flatfield, starting at 1630 UTC (12:30 pm ET). During...
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    An Astronomical Picture of SDO

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    One of the cool thing about knowing astronomers is the clever things they do with cameras....
  13. Thread: HMI Roll Tonight

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    HMI Roll Tonight

    Tonight, April 9, 2014, from 0519-1200 UTC (1:19 am - 8:00 am ET). SDO will execute the HMI Roll maneuver. The spacecraft will spin 360 degrees about the line to the Sun center. It stops along the...
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    EVE Cruciform on April 2, 2014

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    Yesterday, between 1730 and 2230 UTC (1:30 pm to 6:30 pm ET) SDO did the EVE cruciform...
  15. X-1 Flare Yesterday with a Nice Coronal Dimming

    The X-1 flare on Saturday produced a very nice example of coronal dimming. Here is a short movie showing five hours of the Sun in the AIA 193 passband. After the flare happens in the upper right...
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    Momentum Management Maneuver Today

    Today at 1840 UTC (2:40 pm ET) SDO will execute a momentum management maneuver. For about 45 minutes from 1815 to 1900 UTC SDO data may be unavailable.



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    SDO on the Astronomy Picture of the Day

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    An very nice animation of SDO images for the month of January 2014 is featured...
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    Stationkeeping Maneuver Today

    Today at 2035 UTC (5:35 pm ET) SDO will execute a stationkeeping maneuver. For about 45 minutes from 2015 to 2100 UTC SDO data will be unavailable.



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    2014 Spring Eclipse Season has Begun

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    The SDO 2014 Spring Eclipse Season has begun! For the next 3 weeks the Earth will pass...
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    Whoa, an X4.9 Flare!

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    This morning the Sun released an X4.9 flare from AR 11990 at 13 S, 78 E on the solar...
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