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Solar Activity and Space Weather
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Space Weather Now - Current parameters of Space Weather like as X-ray Flux and Solar Flares, Proton Flux and Solar Radiation Storms, Solar Wind and Geomagnetic Storms. There are real time graphics.
NOAA Space Weather Scales - The NOAA Space Weather Scales were introduced as a way to communicate to the general public the current and future space weather conditions and their possible effects on people and systems.
Jun14,2000 - One of the huge solar flare like example of space weather disturbance.
www.noaa.gov - NOAA Space Weather Scales for Geomagnetic Storms, Solar Radiation Storms and Radio Blackouts.
NOAA Space Environment Center -The official U.S. government bureau for real-time monitoring of solar and geophysical events, research in solar-terrestrial physics, and forecasting solar and geophysical disturbances.
SpaceWeather.com -daily updates and news about solar flares, coronal mass ejections and geomagnetic activity
Every week prediction of solar activity by IZMIRAN (rus.).
www.spacew.com Real time solar images from all World.
Solar Spot Number and SunspotCycle.com - Sunspots and the Solar Cycle, from Science@NASA.
Sunspot Cycle Predictions -from the Marshall Space Flight Center
Solar and Heliospheric Observatory -Realtime and archival images of the Sun from SOHO.
The X-ray Sun - recent images from the Soft X-ray Telescope on board the Yohkoh solar observatory.
What's the Aurora Doing Today? -- real-time images of aurora.
Aurora oval near real time by NOAA POES data. NASA's Polar spacecraft, hosted at the Marshall Space Flight Center
Aurora Forecast - from the University of Alaska's Geophysical Institute
Aurora Photo Gallery
Thursday's Classroom - lesson plans and educational activities about space weather - from NASA/MSFC
Kharkov Astronomical Observatory
Kharkov Station of Solar Monitoring
Cyber Tech Group