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This is a list of solar and interplanetary data.

Hinode - Latest images

{171  thumbnail image of the solar corona} SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) full-field Fe IX, X 171 images from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [ 2007/07/11 01:00:14 ]

 

{195  thumbnail image of the solar corona} SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) full-field Fe XII 195 images from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [ 2007/07/11 13:48:10 ]

 

{284  thumbnail image of the solar corona} SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) full-field Fe XV 284 images from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [ 2007/07/11 01:06:09 ]

 

{304  thumbnail image of the solar tranisition
region} SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) full-field He II 304 images from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [ 2007/07/11 13:19:37 ]

 

{Soft X-ray thumbnail image of the solar corona} Soft X-ray image in the titanium-polyimide ("Ti_poly") filter from the Hinode X-Ray Telescope (XRT) obtained at: [ 2007/07/11 00:01 UT ]

 

{Thumbnail image of a solar photospheric magnetogram} Photospheric longitudinal magnetograms from the U.S. National Solar Observatory SOLIS vector spectromagnetograph (VSM) at Kitt Peak (Arizona) [ 2007/07/07 16:22 UT ]

 

{Thumbnail image of solar He I 10830  equivalent width} He I 10830 spectroheliograms from the U.S. National Solar Observatory at Kitt Peak (Arizona) [ 2007/07/07 16:42 UT ]

 

{Thumbnail image of a solar chromospheric magnetogram} Ca II 8542 longitudinal magnetograms from the U.S. National Solar Observatory SOLIS vector spectromagnetograph (VSM) at Kitt Peak (Arizona) [ 2007/07/07 17:05 UT ]

 

{Ca II K thumbnail image of the solar chromosphere} RISE/PSPT Ca II K filtergrams from HAO's Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (Hawaii) [ 2005/10/11 18:00:55 UT ]

 

{Visible light thumbnail image of the solar corona} White-light Mk. 4 coronameter images from the High Altitude Observatory Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (Hawaii) --- daily, raw image [ 2007/04/26 01:41 UT ]
{Thumbnail image of the solar photosphere} SOHO Michelson Doppler Imager (MDI) 6767 continuum images from Stanford University [ 2007/07/11 12:32 UT ]

 

 

Other resources for solar imagery and related solar-terrestrial observations:

 
The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) site at NSO offers whole-sky images and animations from the SMEI instrument onboard the Coriolis spacecraft

The Integrated Solar Observing Optical Network (ISOON) site at NSO-Sacramento Peak offers frequently updated, high resolution H-alpha and 6122 continuum imagery
Latest H-alpha Image
View medium-sized (820x820)
Latest full-disk Movie (MPEG1)
December 19 2002 Flare Wave Movie (1 Mb MPEG)
Current 630.3 Continuum Image
View medium-sized (820x820)
Latest full-disk Movie (MPEG1)
H-alpha (Limb Darkening Subtracted)
View medium-sized (820x820)
Latest full-disk Movie (MPEG1)
Continuum Subtracted He1083.0 nm Image (Experimental)
The SOHO Science Planning daily solar images page: a variety of space- and ground-based solar imagery, including Nobeyama 17 GHz radio maps
NOAA Space Environment Center:recent solar H-alpha images, integrated soft X-ray fluxes, geomagnetic indices

CGRO BATSE solar flare database at the SDAC
Mt. Wilson Observatory 150-ft Solar Tower: magnetograms, Dopplergrams, and "intensitygrams" in two photospheric lines, as well as white-light sunspot drawings
Most current magnetograph plot data: 9-Jul-2007
Magnetogram Dopplergram Intensitygram
Click for larger image of Fe magnetogram Click for larger image of Fe dopplergram Click for larger image of Fe intensitygram 5250.2
Fe I
Click for larger image of Na magnetogram Click for larger image of Na dopplergram Click for larger image of Na intensitygram 5895.9
Na I (D1)
Mt. Wilson 150-Foot Tower Data Images
Most current visual sunspot observation: 11-Jul-2007
Click for larger image of sunspot drawing
E---Mt. Wilson Sunspot Drawing---W

MPSI data from the most recently reduced observation(s):
For 18 observations taken on 07-09-07:
Average MPSI = 0.1991; Average MWSI = 0.1014
Most recent 12-month plot of the Magnetic Plage Strength Index:
Click for larger MPSI plot and other data plots

Synoptic plot showing solar magnetic fields 1986-2007
Magnetic field plot.
(Click on image for an explanation.)
Space Environmental Information Service of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Japan): solar radio spectra, H-alpha images, geomagnetic data, digital ionograms, and a variety of other solar-terrestrial data

The Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory SXT home page has even more current images from Yohkoh and a variety of optical and radio ground-based observatories.
Meudon node of the French BASS 2000 solar data networked archive serves H alpha, Ca II K1v and K3, THEMIS magnetogram and dopplergram data, Nancay radioheliograms, and several other varieties of solar data.
Lockheed also serves a Yohkoh movies page that allows downloads in GIF, GIF movie, MPEG, and Javascript movie formats.

 

The Mees Solar Observatory of the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy, located on top of Haleakala: white-light, Ca II K, and Stokes polarimeter images

 

The Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (MLSO) of the High Altitude Observatory (HAO): current prominence monitor and white-light Mk. 4 coronagraph images and movies, and now daily He I 10830 images as well

 

Daily solar 10 cm microwave flux measurements from Penticton, courtesy of the Dominion Radio Astronomy Observatory, National Research Council Canada

 

Daily solar images and photometric parameters from the San Fernando Observatory, California State University/Northridge

 

The Nobeyama Radioheliograph: daily solar images at 17 GHz

 

The NSO Sacramento Peak coronal image and synoptic map representations of daily forbidden line observations
 

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