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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 1 0958UTC) A weak solar wind stream has impacted earth but we still expect at least one more before the end of the weekend. Geomagnetic storms are probable upon impact of the 2nd stream.
(Jun 30 0955UTC) The calm in space weather right now is absolute. The next activity should be this weekend as a solar wind stream has been set our way and will impact within 48 hours.
(Jun 28 0946UTC) Solar flaring and solar wind are relatively calm. Apart from the coronal hole streams, a plasma filament is now on the north and facing earth – eruption watch.