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
  • Coronal hole faces Earth August 26, 2020
    A coronal hole is facing our planet today. While this coronal hole is poorly defined in the sense that there is not one large opening, we do see several openings (dark areas) which combined cover a significant portion of the Sun's northern hemisphere. We even see an opening near the equator that has already passed […]
  • C2 solar flare, SC25 slowly ramping up? August 15, 2020
    A C2.0 solar flare took place this morning at 06:47 UTC from a plage region (a region without sunspots) near the west limb. A small coronal mass ejection was ejected into space but it is not aimed towards Earth. This event was kind of a wake up call as there has been little space weather […]
  • Have we passed solar minimum? May 31, 2020
    The recent M-class solar flare from a sunspot region that belongs to Solar Cycle 25 was a wake up call for everyone who keeps an eye on the weather in space. Who would have thought that we would see an M-class solar flare while we are so close to solar minimum? Not many of us […]
  • Yesterday's M-flare producing active region rotates into view May 30, 2020
    The sunspot region that was responsible yesterday for what could be the first M-class solar flare of Solar Cycle 25 has now rotated into view.
  • First M-class solar flare of a Solar Cycle 25 region! May 29, 2020
    925 days. That is the amount of time we had to wait since we last saw a M-class solar flare on the Sun. But today the wait is over. An impulsive M1.19 solar flare (minor R1 radio blackout) took place on our Sun this morning peaking at 07:24 UTC. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory seems to […]
  • Time flies... Roll on Solar Cycle 25...? May 4, 2020
    Time flies. Another month has passed and summer along with shorter nights is closing in for us northern hemisphere sky watchers.