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Sun-Earth Interactions

Detecting Solar Features in Real Time

December 3, 2019
A new machine-learning technique by NOAA searches massive amounts of solar data, giving a leg up to timely space weather forecasts.

Modeling Earth’s Geomagnetic Fields

May 30, 2019
Our High Definition Geomagnetic Model (HDGM) provides a clearer picture of Earth’s magnetic field.

Sounds of a Solar Storm

October 18, 2018
A new citizen science study identifies sounds of solar storms in audio of NOAA satellite data, an approach that could advance discovery.

Watching the Sun for Space Weather

August 10, 2018
Solar activity during the 2017 hurricane season has scientists studying the implications of space weather during emergencies.

Space Weather Data Takes Flight

September 21, 2018
NCEI’s scientists go far beyond data archiving and stewardship when it comes to GOES-R space weather instruments and products.

A New View of the Sun

May 6, 2019
A new NOAA solar telescope captured dramatic images of two large solar eruptions, data that will improve models and space weather forecasts.

Chasing the Northern Lights

August 23, 2018
Many factors influence the odds of viewing an aurora. Learn how to improve your chances of seeing one yourself.

Large Solar Event Detected During Irma

August 23, 2018
A radio blackout coincided with Hurricane Irma as it passed through the Caribbean.

Climate Network Observes the Great American Eclipse

August 23, 2018
Over 100 U.S. Climate Reference Network, or USCRN, stations across the country stand ready to observe today’s total solar eclipse.

Eclipse Will Have Atmospheric Impact

August 23, 2018
Total solar eclipse offers NOAA, CIRES researchers in NCEI rare opportunity to study Earth’s upper atmosphere under controlled conditions.