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 - NASA's Heliophysics division will give two presentations at the Fall 2010 AGU meeting; one of pulsating aurora and their link to electromagnetic waves and the other regarding space weather forecasting.
12.06.10 - A magnetic filament that was snaking its way around the sun's SE limb has erupted.
11.22.10 - The satellite sent and received messages on Saturday as the spacecraft goes through the commissioning phase.
11.17.10 - The launch of NASA's FASTSAT mission is scheduled for this Friday night at 8:24pm ET from Alaska.
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.
11.17.10 - Prompted by a recent increase in solar activity, researchers and government officials are converging on Helwan, Egypt, to discuss a matter of global importance: storms from the sun.
10.27.10 - Two NASA spacecraft have been assigned a new mission after successfully completing their original science objectives earlier this year.
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.
10.22.10 - Flight Dynamics data from THEMIS-B (one of the two ARTEMIS spacecraft) indicated that one of the electric field instrument spherical tip masses may have been struck by a meteoroid at 0605 UT on October 14.
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.
10.15.10 - Solar Week provides a weeklong series of web-based educational activities for classrooms about our magnetic variable star, the sun, and its interactions with Earth and the solar system.
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.