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Sun-Earth Interactions

Inside NCEI: Meet Data Manager Meg Tilton

August 14, 2018
As a data manager for NCEI, Meg Tilton helps lead the charge of preserving space weather data for future generations.

The Science, Beauty, and Mystery of Auroras

August 14, 2018
Auroras, the unusual but beautiful lights above the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, develop as a result of space weather.

GOES-R, Building Better Predictors

August 22, 2018
NOAA's new GOES-R satellite promises faster, more accurate data for a better understanding of weather, climate, and solar activity.

What Is Space Weather?

August 27, 2018
Space weather develops from solar phenomena that can affect Earth’s technology, communications, and electrical systems.

Remembering the Great Halloween Solar Storm

August 6, 2018
In late October 2003, the sun unleashed a massive solar storm that affected a variety of technological systems around the world.

Navigating Our Planet with Magnetic Models

August 22, 2018
Our scientists have produced the World Magnetic Model and the Enhanced Magnetic Model to help improve magnetic navigation.