Latest Solar Dynamics Observatory Stories
On November 13, the Sun emitted an M6 classification solar flare, one of the weakest designations still able to cause some disturbances on Earth. Now, just a few days later, the Sun is at it again.
NASA said its Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured the sun erupting with an X1.8 class solar flare on Monday.
A giant super-hot wave of solar plasma larger than the planet Earth erupted from the Sun at 4:15 a.m. EDT and was caught in amazing high-definition detail by a NASA spacecraft.
A NASA satellite studying the sun saw its view obstructed by Earth for a brief period of time each day throughout much of the month of September.
Scientists from NASA have discovered an enormous ‘solar whip’ on the surface of the Sun and have warned that radiation from the phenomenon is heading straight toward Earth, arriving on our doorstep sometime today.
The sun sent off another coronal mass ejection (CME) last week, but this time the plasma burst showed up in the form of a light bulb.