Below are some links to all things solar and space weather activity’s. I’ll add more as time permits.

Dr. Tamitha Skov – Space Weather Woman Website

Dr. Tamitha Skov – Space Weather Woman YouTube Channel

Helioviewer – pretty cool

Space Weather Prediction Center

Solar Dynamics Observatory


RSS Space Weather Live – News

  • Strong G3 geomagnetic storm May 14, 2019
    Strong G3 geomagnetic storm conditions were observed earlier today as a coronal mass ejection arrived at our planet.
  • Filament eruption, yet another CME May 13, 2019
    The sunspot regions that have been facing Earth the past few days are slowly disappearing but our Sun continues to launch coronal mass ejections into space. A filament eruption took place around 19 UTC yesterday evening near sunspot region 2741 and a coronal mass ejection managed to escape the Sun's gravity.
  • Faint partial halo coronal mass ejection May 12, 2019
    Sunspot region 2740 has been much less active as it has been decayed the past few days. But that didn't mean it went totally quiet. A minor eruption near the this sunspot region took place around midnight UTC yesterday and launched a faint partial halo coronal mass ejection that could arrive at Earth in a […]
  • CME passage, G1 geomagnetic storm May 11, 2019
    The minor G1 geomagnetic storm was reached earlier today at 02:20 UTC. This is caused by a coronal mass ejection passage that brings a persistent southward pointing magnetic field with it. This coronal mass ejection that we are seeing at Earth right now is likely the coronal mass ejection that we posted about on 8 […]
  • Faint halo coronal mass ejection May 8, 2019
    A faint halo coronal mass ejection with a possible earth-directed component has been detected in coronagraph imagery from SOHO/LASCO.
  • Sunspot region 2740, C9.9 solar flare May 6, 2019
    Almost an M-class solar flare! Sunspot region 2740 (Beta-Delta) produced a very impulsive C-class solar flare this morning at 05:10 UTC. The solar flare peaked at an X-ray flux of C9.97 which is just shy of the M-class threshold. The eruption was associated with an Type II Radio Emission and several more C-class solar flares […]