A comet just discovered by amateur astronomer Sergey Shurpakov is diving past the sun today, and it will probably not survive. Click here to view a movie of the death plunge recorded by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory–and check back for updates in the hours ahead! http://spaceweather.com/
A sunspot located just behind the sun’s eastern limb is crackling with flares. A C5-class eruption during the waning hours of May 9th hurled a spectacular coronal mass ejection into space: Extreme ultraviolet images of the explosion’s aftermath taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory are a must-see. Earth was not in the line of fire this time, but the active region is approaching the Earthside of the sun, so future blasts could be geoeffective. (SolarWatcher)
Solar Soft website
Quality Dedicated Solar Website Link
Estimated Planetary K index information
GOES Xray Flux Data
Sunspot Information from Solar Monitor
Earthquake Forecasting Channel
Quality Weather Website
Space Weather Website
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