• December 14, 2011
An animation of comet Lovejoy entering the field of view of one of SOHO's Sun-monitoring cameras.
• December 06, 2011
Emily reports from the Fall 2011 American Geophyisical Union meeting about advancements in space weather prediction.
• December 05, 2011
A report on a press briefing about Voyager 1 at the Fall 2011 American Geophyisical Union meeting. The spacecraft has entered a new region between our solar system and interstellar space, which scientists are calling the stagnation region.
• May 02, 2011
Space.com has taken advantage of the infinitely scrollable nature of Web pages to produce a really cool infographic on the scales of orbital distances in the solar system.
• April 06, 2011
I was astounded to learn this morning that SOHO can not only see Jupiter, it can actually resolve Jupiter's moons (at least its two outer ones) as points of light separate from their planet!
• February 04, 2011
Today Mars made its closest approach to the Sun -- as seen from Earth, that is. Why is this important?
• January 06, 2011
Two spacecraft that keep their ever-watchful eyes on the Sun -- NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and JAXA's Hinode -- were doing their thing, when something large wandered past: the Moon.
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