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Solar storm near Earth caused by fast CME
On Mar. 17, 2013, at 1:28 a.m. EDT, the coronal mass ejection from Mar. (2013-03-18)
First X-class solar flare of 2013
On May 12, 2013, the sun emitted a significant solar flare, peaking at 10 p.m. (2013-05-13)
First solar dynamic observatory instrument arrives at Goddard
The University of Colorado at Boulder delivered the Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment (EVE), first of three Solar Dynamic Observatory instruments, to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. (2007-09-10)
NASA's SDO sees returning sunspot produce mid-level flare
The sun emitted a mid-level solar flare, peaking at 12:48 p.m. (2014-11-17)
Space weather forecasting shifts into high gear
Over the next decade, forecasts of spectacular northern lights and other solar-generated events will become as commonplace as today's thunderstorm predictions, say scientists meeting this week in Boston to plan the first five years of accelerated space weather research. (2002-09-18)
NASA and NOAA ready GOES-P satellite for launch
NASA is preparing to launch the NOAA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-P (GOES-P) from Space Launch Complex 37 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. (2010-02-22)
Four GOES-R instruments ready for integration
Four of the six instruments that will fly on the first Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite R-Series (GOES-R) were delivered to Lockheed Martin in Denver for integration onto the spacecraft bus this month. (2014-02-26)
Solar Flare Continues To Cause Intense Space Storm
Rice University scientists report that a major geomagnetic storm began late on Sept. (1998-09-25)
Space weather prediction model improves NOAA's forecast skill
NOAA is now using a sophisticated forecast model that substantially improves predictions of space weather impacts on Earth. (2011-10-20)
NOAA's GOES-R satellite Magnetometer ready for spacecraft integration
The Magnetometer instrument that will fly on NOAA's GOES-R satellite when it is launched in early 2016 has completed the development and testing phase and is ready to be integrated with the spacecraft. (2014-07-15)
Fortuitous timing for NASA's new space weather app
NASA's new iPhone application couldn't have come at a better time. (2011-03-16)
Cyclone Oli reaches category 4 strength on its way to open waters
Oli has exploded in strength and as of February 4 it was a Category 4 cyclone with peak sustained winds of 132 mph (115 knots/213 km/hr). (2010-02-04)
EGU General Assembly 2010
Three weeks from now, the 2010 General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union will start. (2010-04-12)
High-flying balloon with on-board camera to broadcast web images of Perseids meteors
Scientists from the Space Sciences Department at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., will launch a weather balloon to 100,000 feet about 2 a.m. either Aug. (1999-08-09)
NASA's SDO observes more flares erupting from giant sunspot
A large active region on the sun erupted with another X-class flare on Oct. (2014-10-27)
NASA research helps highlight lightning safety awareness week
NASA will mark National Lightning Safety Awareness Week, June 20-26, through unique contributions its lightning research makes to climate studies, and severe storm detection and prediction. (2004-06-21)
NASA's Van Allen Probes spot man-made barrier shrouding Earth
Humans have long been shaping Earth's landscape, but now scientists know that we also can shape our near-space environment with radio communications, which have been found to interact with particles in space. (2017-05-17)
A new project to study the impact of space weather storms on European power transmission networks
The European Union has selected the Finnish Meteorological Institute to lead an international space weather project to study geomagnetically induced currents that can damage power networks during space weather storms. (2011-03-28)
Heliophysics CubeSat to launch on NASA's SLS
Just a bit bigger than a box of cereal, one of the first CubeSats to travel in interplanetary space will be NASA's miniature space science station, dedicated to studying the dynamic particles and magnetic fields that stream from the sun. (2016-02-02)
'Here comes the sun': Does pop music have a 'rhythm of the rain?'
Weather is frequently portrayed in popular music, with a new scientific study finding over 750 popular music songs referring to weather, the most common being sun and rain, and blizzards being the least common. (2015-07-06)
NASA sees Veteran's Day solar flare
The sun emitted a significant solar flare that peaked at 12:14 a.m. (2013-11-12)
International solar physics conference set June 1-6 at Montana State
An international conference on the sun-Earth-space relationship will be held June 1-6 at Montana State University. (2008-01-28)
NOAA's GOES-S and GOES-T satellites coming together
Progress continues on the development of NOAA's GOES-S and GOES-T spacecraft that will follow the successful launch of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite or GOES-R, renamed GOES-16 upon reaching geostationary orbit. (2017-08-03)
NASA and NOAA's GOES-O satellite successfully launched
The latest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, GOES-O, soared into space June 27 after a successful launch from Space Launch Complex 37 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. (2009-06-30)
Satellite movie shows a Mid-Atlantic St. Patrick's Day snow
The green of St. Patrick's Day in the Mid-Atlantic was covered by white snow as a result of a late winter snow storm. (2014-03-17)
NASA Marshall scientist seeks improved methods for weather prediction in southeast U.S.
A new NASA-developed technique to improve numerical weather prediction - one that looks to the ground as well as the clouds - may one day help forecasters increase the accuracy of spring and summer weather predictions. (2001-06-20)
NASA Ppotects its super heroes from space weather
When astronauts travel in space they can't see or even feel radiation. (2017-08-17)
Comparative analyses of current three-dimensional numerical solar wind models
The world wide most advanced three-dimensional time-dependent numerical simulation solar wind models are assessed. (2015-06-04)
Living under the lightning bolts
By the time you've read this sentence, lightning will strike about 100 times around the world. (1999-06-04)
Astrophysicists find fractal image of Sun's 'storm season' imprinted on solar wind
Plasma astrophysicists at the University of Warwick have found that key information about the Sun's (2007-05-25)
Looking for 'fingerprints' at the intersection of weather and climate
Scientists have found the seasonal 'fingerprints' of Arctic sea ice, El Nino, and other climate phenomena in a new study that probes the global interactions between weather and climate. (2017-03-13)
Paving the way for pioneers
With more than $1 million in NASA funding, Zhang is researching cosmic and energetic solar radiation, seeking how the two space weather components affect human beings, as space travelers and as end-users of space technology. (2004-10-26)
A special issue on space physics
Papers in October issue of Science in China Series E: Technological Sciences are collected from part of the presentations at the 12th National Space Physics Conference, held at Sanya, China, on Nov. (2008-10-21)
Joint Polar Satellite System spacecraft completes delta critical design review
The Joint Polar Satellite System spacecraft recently cleared its final major design review, demonstrating that spacecraft development is on track to provide critical environmental data when launched no later than the first quarter of calendar year 2017. (2013-01-16)
Another M-class flare from Sunspot 1515
Active Region 1515 has now spit out 12 M-class flares since July 3. (2012-07-05)
All instruments for NOAA's GOES-R Satellite now integrated with spacecraft
All six instruments that will fly on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Geostationary Operational Satellite R have now completed integration onto the spacecraft. (2015-01-12)
Sun continues to emit solar flares
After emitting its first significant solar flares since June 2013 earlier in the week, the sun continued to produce mid-level and significant solar flares on Oct. (2013-10-28)
Office of Naval Research supports joint US-Taiwan COSMIC satellites
At 6:40 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, Friday, April 14, 2006, a constellation of six satellites launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., with the mission of improving weather forecasts, monitoring climate change, and enhancing space weather research and operations. (2006-04-17)
Launch countdown for Discovery
The countdown to launch of Space Shuttle Discovery continues at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla. (2007-10-23)
CIMMS and NOAA collaborate under new $95.3 million agreement
The Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies at the University of Oklahoma collaborate with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on weather and climate under the terms of a five-year, $95.3 million agreement with NOAA. (2016-11-21)
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