Space Weather Today

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Space Weather Today Current Views of the Sun and the Aurora An image of the Sun's invisible outer layers (He I at 1083.0 nm), UT. Courtesy of the National Solar Observatory/Kitt Peak, NOAO. Signal light reflects the general level of space weather disturbance near Earth. (Click on the signal light for more details on how the disturbance level is determined.)
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Earth's aurora viewed with the Visible Imaging System onboard the Polar spacecraft. This is the best of yesterday's images--
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Unformatted text preview: current views are also available. Courtesy of Dr. Louis A. Frank and Dr. John B. Sigwarth at University of Iowa and NASA More Details about What's Happening Today in Space Basic Facts About Space Weather Coming Soon: Eyes in Space: Space Weather Forecasting What's in the Future? Interesting Facts about Space and Space Weather Remarkable Space Weather Events A Guide to Space Weather Web Sites...
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