An enormous coronal mass ejection has sent particles into space that are due to pass the Earth in the next three days.
New observations from the agency's STEREO spacecraft have provided researchers with a first-ever view, end-to-end and in three dimensions, of the impact of a solar storm on Earth.
Stunning media shows a terrifyingly large ejection of electronic-disrupting particles leaving the sun at impossible speeds. Where's it going? We've got the answer.
Thanks to a massive solar flare, sky-watchers may be able to indulge in an array of colorful northern lights forecasted to appear on Thursday and Friday.
NOAA says the orientation of the embedded magnetic field from the solar blast makes for a weaker-than-forecast storm, but the storm will continue through tomorrow.
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The Space Weather Prediction Center publishes a map showing the reach of the solar radiation hurtling past Earth. Some flights have been rerouted to avoid the north pole.
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Another solar storm is blasting the Earth. Here's what's going on with today's storm and what you need to know about the potential for future storms.
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