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The SDO/AIA 193 is the best all-around way to watch the sun. You can see solar flares, CMEs, filaments, coronal holes, and other important phenomena. If SDO does not load, use SXI here.
The SDO/AIA 304 is a terrific way to watch solar plasma. Filaments stand out above the surface, and ejections are easily seen as material leaving the solar sphere.
LATEST SOLAR NEWS:
(Jul 27 0942UTC) Incoming plasma filaments are the primary eruption threat to be monitored today. Solar wind should intensify before the weekend from stream coming out the departing coronal holes.
(Jul 26 0815UTC) The sun is calm – no sunspots and no solar flaring in earth’s direction. Solar wind is calmer, but more intense streams are expected in the coming 48 hours.
(Jul 25 1005UTC) A geomagnetic storm cropped up in the wake of a slightly intensified solar wind stream. The coronal holes are expected to deliver more of that this week, particularly around Wednesday/Thursday.