04.30.11 - High Speed Solar Wind causes aurora at both poles
04.13.11 - The G1-class geomagnetic storm is subsiding.
03.11.11 - Though little impact is expected from the March 9 X-class flare, the March 10 CME continues to produce aurora with beautiful green and purple streamers. The aurora are now visible in states along the US-Canadian border.
03.01.11 - Update: The storm is subsiding now, but it could start up again in response to ongoing high-speed solar wind.
02.24.11 - A rather large M 3.6 class flare occurred near the edge of the Sun on Feb. 24, 2011, it blew out a gorgeous, waving mass of erupting plasma.
02.17.11 - More solar media from Monday's X-class flare
02.13.11 - Sunspot 1158 unleashed the strongest solar flare of the year so far.
01.28.11 - NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) caught the action when the Sun popped off two events at once.
12.28.10 - During the early hours of Dec. 28th, the sun's magnetic field near Earth tipped south, opening a crack in Earth's magnetosphere.
12.12.10 - Solar activity surged on Dec. 12, when the sun erupted three times in quick succession, hurling a trio of bright coronal mass ejections into space.
12.06.10 - A magnetic filament that was snaking its way around the sun's SE limb has erupted.
11.12.10 - Active sunspot 1123 erupted during early on Nov. 12, producing a C4-class solar flare and hurling a filament of material in the general direction of Earth.
11.08.10 - On Saturday, Active Region 1112 unleashes an M class solar flare.
10.26.10 - With a large active region currently in the northern hemisphere of the Sun, there has been a flurry of small solar flares over the past day.
10.18.10 - Sunspot 1112 was very active this past weekend, sending out several solar flares as a vast filament traversed the Sun's southern hemisphere.
09.09.10 - Just as sunspot 1105 was turning away from Earth on Sept. 8, the active region erupted, producing a C3-class solar flare (peak @ 2330 UT) and a fantastic prominence.
09.07.10 - NASA's SDO and SOHO spacecraft catches the Sun celebrating Labor Day Weekend with a coronal mass ejection on September 4.
08.27.10 - NASA's STEREO (Ahead) spacecraft watched as an eruptive prominence rose up and arched out in a horseshoe shape far above the Sun's surface (Aug. 25, 2010).
08.16.10 - Another CME that may graze Earth.
08.10.10 - The coronal mass ejection (CME) generated by the August 7th solar flare will produce aurora.