Articles tagged "stereo behind"


Contact with STEREO-B solar observatory reestablished after 22 months

After 22 months of failed communication attempts, NASA's Deep Space Network has finally reestablished communication with STEREO-B solar observatory. The STEREO Missions Operations team plans further recovery processes to assess observatory health, re-establish...

August 23, 2016


STEREO probes operations will be curtailed for more than a year

NASA's revolutionary twin STEREO probes which allowed us to see the farside of the Sun and make 3D models of incoming CMEs will pass directly behind the Sun later this year making images from the probes unavailable for quite some time.While planning the

June 28, 2014

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Comet Pan-STARRS now visible on STEREO Behind imagery

Comet Pan-STARRS (C/2011 L4) passed inside the orbit of Mercury on March 10, 2013 reaching perihelion (its closet approach to the Sun). Now, it is visible object in the field of view of NASA's STEREO-B Heliospheric Imager. An animation of Comet

March 12, 2013


Video of August 31 CME traveling through space

Anyone who observes solar activity here and there surely noticed spectacular solar filament on August 31, 2012. We saw amazing images presented to us by solar observatories in space and now SOHO combined all recordings from EUVI, COR1, COR2 and HI1 that give us clear

September 11, 2012