The sun at 13:32 on July 15, 2022, just as the filament that resulted in the solar flare begins to detach.
NASA, NOAA and SpaceWeather say a coronal mass ejection will reach Earth this week. It has the potential to knock out communications in some parts of the world.
Northern lights in Lake Lappajärvi, Finland.
As the Earth’s magnetic north pole heads towards Siberia, concerns have been raised that the northern lights could move with it.
The Earth’s magnetosphere bangs like a drum.
E. Masongsong/UCLA, M. Archer/QMUL, H. Hietala/UTU
The Earth’s magnetic field has a beat, scientists discover.
Solar winds make the Earth’s magnetic field crunch and whistle.
The Earth’s magnetic field lines whistle after solar outbursts.
New research solves enigma of strange hotspots in Jupiter’s atmosphere.
Launching a space balloon in Sweden.
Geomagnetic storms can interact with particles near Earth, causing issues for satellites and other tech. Researchers send balloons 20 miles into the sky to figure out just what’s going on up there.
When the sun flares, space weather is on its way to Earth.
Our power grid infrastructure on Earth is more vulnerable to space weather than previously thought – with susceptibility in more regions and even during quiet geomagnetic periods.
The invisible force and visible effects of magnetism.
I have a confession: I’m obsessed with magnets. We rely on magnets every day, but seldom give them a second thought. There are magnets in your credit card, your cellphone, your car, microwave oven and…
Get to grips with the latest development in cosmic couture.
In the past week, many media outlets have reported the discovery of an antimatter “belt” circling the earth. A range of potential uses for this belt have already been floated – perhaps the most exciting…