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Prominences and Filaments

In Careers in science, Hinode, Latest News, SDO, Space Weather On September 11, 2014 0 Comments

Prominences and Filaments (photo of a prominence by David Evans)  by Jack Carlyle Did you know that the Sun emits a lot of ultraviolet light, UV, as well as… Read More »

Sunspots and Climate Change

In Latest News, New Resources, SDO, SOHO On April 1, 2012 Comments Off on Sunspots and Climate Change

It was exceptionally cold in Europe in February 2012, with temperatures in England dropping to -16°C.  That’s colder than some parts of Antarctica (well it is summer down… Read More »

Bjorn Jorgensen

The Northern Lights Aurora Borealis

In Aurorae, Latest News, SDO, SOHO, Uncategorized On February 5, 2012 Comments Off on The Northern Lights Aurora Borealis

This photo of the northern lights aurora borealis was taken in Kvaløya close to Tromsø, Norway, by Bjørn Jørgensen. January 2012 provided a spectacular display of lights (aurorae) in the northern… Read More »

The Sun Today

In Careers in science, Latest News, SDO On January 15, 2012 Comments Off on The Sun Today

The Sun Today facebooksite (http://www.facebook.com/thesuntoday) is full of interesting facts and figures about the Sun. It is produced by a young,dynamic duo: C. Alex Young and Ryan Milligan…. Read More »

X-ray image of the Sun

SmartPhone Application

In Careers in science, Hinode, Latest News, New Resources, SDO, SOHO On January 12, 2012 Comments Off on SmartPhone Application

SolarMonitor.org – SmartPhone Application Peter Gallagher 15 Dec 2011 Peter Gallagher  Trinity College Dublin computer scientists and solar physicists have partnered to produce a web app that allows… Read More »

The Sun gets active with X-class solar flares

In Hinode, Latest News, SDO On November 10, 2011 Comments Off on The Sun gets active with X-class solar flares

September 2011 was an active month for the Sun. Active region number AR1302 unleashed two X-class flares as it appeared on the disk of the Sun, and seemed to be ready… Read More »