Solar Maxima 2013 – Double peaked?

A science team consensus at NASA has issued a contradicting news concerning earlier scientific reports which expected a violent Solar Maximum peak in 2013. Instead of a steady stream of violent solar flares and magnetic solar storms as they were predicting earlier, solar physicist Dean Pesnell of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center now theorizes that […]

Video: Solar Flares and Our Sun in Full Magnificence

As the sun enters the peak of its solar maxima phase in 2013, watch for solar flare news and solar storm warnings on the news online at Solar Wachers, at NOAA, and at other space weather and solar news related websites. Solar flares can produce strong solar magnetic storms which can affect the electrical power […]

Solar Flare Conference at NASA

Heliophysics The Study of Solar Flares Explained Various scientists and researchers joined together to explain the study of solar dynamics which is a new science discipline called Heliosphysics which studies the sun and its relationship to Earth. Also explained is the Heliosphysics Observatory System, which is a network of satellites orbiting the Earth and Sun […]

Observing CMEs

NASA’s Solar  Fleet Satelites Observe CME on far side of the sun A filament erupted on the sun on August 31, 2012, and NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) caught the action from noon EDT to 1:45 a.m. the next morning. As you watch the video image, the eruption took place in the lower left corner […]

X1.9 Solar Flare Damage

X1.9 Solar Flare and Magnetic Storm of September 24, 2011 This X1.9 solar flare happened in 2011.  However, this archive video explains in details what happened during and after that flare and its damages.  The video is very informative, and I recommend all to watch it.  You’ll  learn more about what is going happening at […]