Benefits of Being a Solar Observer

Being ahead on the news of space exploration is the hot spot to be in the intellectual circles of lately. Those who keep up to date with space exploration has an advantage that few enjoy, and that is to know about cutting edge technology, and the latest research in all areas of science being done […]

Space Weather Induced Natural Disasters

This video by Dr. Kongpop U-Yen supports Sounds of the Sun. His research shows evidence that large solar flares are responsible for most of earth’s natural disasters. We know that large magnitude solar flares, and subsequent severe space weather changes cause considerable damage to electrical grids, electronic transmissions, and global communication networks. In his research, Dr. U-Yen’s […]

What Damage Can Solar Storms Cause On Earth?

Attack of the Sun What Damage Can Solar Storms Cause on Earth? Space weather, its affects, and attacks of the Sun on earth (solar flares) has become a priority topic of discussion by worldwide government leaders at the United Nations. As alerts of global catastrophic weather patterns and climate related events are increasing due to […]

Advance in Space Weather Research

An Important Step in the Advance of Space Weather Research Although the earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts were discovered by James Van Allen in 1958, not much was knows about these important radiation protective belts circling the earth. In case you are wondering, James Alfred Van Allen (September 7, 1914 – August 9, 2006), was a space scientists […]

Gigantic New Sunspot 11 times the size of Earth Facing Our Planet

A new gigantic sunspot, AR1785, was just discovered! A free webcast by the online skyWatching website Slooh Space Camera will show it to us today. The webcast will begin at 1 p.m. EDT (1700 GMT) on July 9, 2013 and will last about 25 minutes. Watch for the webcast at the window above at start […]