Could solar storms destroy civilization? In this video, Solar flares and coronal mass ejections, explained.
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An unexpectedly strong blast from the Sun hit Mars this month, observed by NASA missions in orbit and on the surface.
Northern lights (auroras) can only be seen on a clear, dark and cloudless night, almost year-round (excluding June and July when the nights are too
Researchers using Chandra data shows how a giant solar storm can ignite auroras on Jupiter.
The space-weather forecast for the next few years: solar storms, with a chance of catastrophic blackouts on Earth. Are we prepared? An X-class flare, the
A solar flare seen by the joint ESA/NASA SOHO mission, which reached its peak at about 04:13 UT on 5 March 2012. The flare caused
The largest solar storm recorded in more than eight years is currently affecting our Planet. A giant wave of charged particles from the sun slammed
A new NASA SunRISE mission will study causes of giant Solar particle storms, giant surges of solar particles that erupt off of the Sun.
This composite picture shows images of storms on Neptune from the Hubble Space Telescope (left) and the Voyager 2 spacecraft (right).
Filaments sometimes explode off the Sun. Featured, a huge filament had been seen hovering over the Sun’s surface for over a week before it erupted…