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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 29 1718UTC) SOHO images confirm earth-directed CME set for impact Sunday Night/Monday. NASA predicts impact on Monday.
(Jul 29 1012UTC) We saw both intensification of the solar wind, AND eruptions form the plasma filaments. Impact expected at earth from a CME Sunday Night/Monday as this stream of solar wind begins to die down.
(Jul 28 0930UTC) A density shockwave last night should precede a speed ramp today. Geomagnetic unrest is expected. There are no sunspots but we must monitor the earth-facing plasma filaments for eruptive activity.