Solar Pictures At Sdac

Click on any of the subsequent thumbnail pictures for the most current,

full-resolution solar image of every kind within the SDAC archive. The time

and date of every picture is underneath the photo description.All times are in coordinated Universal Time (UTC).Images from theSolar DynamicsObservatory (SDO)AtmosphericImaging Assembly (AIA)A Note on Color TablesThe color SOLAR tables used to display AIA images right here are the ones used to

show similar bandpasses for SOHO EIT and STEREO EUVI photographs. The

shade tables preferred by way of the AIA Principal Investigator Team can be

located in the snap shots at the

LMSAL

Sun Today website.

Color tables for the 94, 131, and 335 Å bandpasses are still

underneath development.

Images from theSolar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)Helioseismic and Magnetic SOLAR Imager (HMI)Images from different sourcesOther assets for SOLAR sun imagery and associated solar-terrestrial observations:TheSolar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA)Sun Today website online at LMSAL gives latest pictures, a graphical interfaceto the Heliophysics Event Knowledgebase (HEK), and EUV lightcurvesThe Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI)web site at NSO offers entire-sky photographs and animations from the SMEI instrument onboardthe Coriolis spacecraftThe Improved Solar Observing Optical Network (ISOON) siteat NSO-Sacramento Peak offers regularly up to date, high decision H-alpha and 6300 Å continuum, and other imageryThe SOHO “Sun Now” snap shots pageNOAA Space Weather PredictionCenter:recent solar H-alpha pictures, included gentle X-ray SOLAR fluxes,geomagnetic indicesCGRO BATSE sun flare database at the SDACMt. WilsonObservatory one hundred fifty-feet Solar Tower: magnetograms, Dopplergrams, and”intensitygrams” inphotospheric lines, as well as white-lightsunspot drawingsSpace Environment InformationServiceof the National Institute of Information and CommunicationsTechnology (Japan):solar radio spectra, H-alpha pictures, geomagnetic records, digitalionograms, and a whole lot of different solar-terrestrial factsMeudon node of the FrenchBASS 2000 sun information networked archive serves H alpha,Ca II K1v and K3, THEMIS magnetogram and dopplergram data, Nancayradioheliograms, and numerous different styles of solar data.The Yohkoh Legacy ArchiveYohkoh/SXT

movies web page serves downloads in GIF, MPEG, and Javascript film formats.The Mees SolarObservatoryof the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy, positioned on top ofHaleakala: every day active region mapThe Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (MLSO) of the High Altitude Observatory(HAO): current prominence screen, He I 10830 Å, and white-lightMk. 4 coronagraph photos and moviesDaily solar10 cm microwave flux measurements from Penticton, courtesy of theNational Research Council (Canada) and National Resources CanadaDaily sun imagesand photometric parameters from the San Fernando Observatory,California State University/NorthridgeThe Nobeyama Radioheliograph: day by day solar pictures at 17 GHzThe NSOSacramento Peak coronal picture and synoptic map representations ofdaily forbidden line observationsSorry, we can not assure that the maximum recent photograph of every SOLAR type changed into received

inside the remaining 24 hours: curious agglomerations of water vapor and dust known as

clouds from time to time appear over observatories on Earth, or even individuals who

operate spacecraft take a time off from time to time.

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Last revised- J.B. Gurman

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