This Flash-based viewer allows you to view real-time NASA satellite images of the Sun and the Earth. Near real-time images from a variety of NASA satellites and ground-based observatories are presented. Enjoy zooming and panning the images! A scale tool with the size of the Earth is also presented with the solar images.
The Sun-Earth Day team will keep you updated and informed with the latest news and events through the Sun-Earth Day podcasts subcription.
Enjoy this growing series of NEW Sun-Earth Day video podcasts (Vodcasts)! Each new episode opens with a brief Sun-Earth Day welcome followed by an extraordinary video from NASA's space weather community. Each episode closes with a message for those interested in learning more about the featured mission and related educational resources.
Within this image gallery you will find spectacular images of eclipses from a variety of locations on Earth as well as artificially created eclipses taken by satellites studying the Sun!
This new experiential Web site lets you explore Chaco Canyon and the Yucatan to learn about NASA research on the Sun and solar practices within a larger historical and cultural context.
Take a solar walk through time with this Flash-based Interactive Timeline.
Earth's magnetic poles reverse their geographic locations every 300,000 years. The last event happened 780,000 years ago.