Sun-Earth Days 2013

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Goddard Space Flight Center

Sun-Earth Days 2013

Past Web Casts

Sun-Earth Days 2010

NE Live@ Sun-Earth Days 2010 (part 1 of 3)

NASA EDGE talks to Troy Cline, Technology Integration Specialist, about the purpose and goals of the annual Sun-Earth Days Conference. Also, solar physicist, Holly Gilbert, provides a description of our current understanding of solar activity and solar storms.

NE Live@ Sun-Earth Days 2010 (part 2 of 3)

Chris and Blair sit down with Curriculum Development Specialist, Elaine Lewis, as she describes educational activities and lesson plans available to students and educators on the Sun-Earth Days website. Deputy Project Scientist, Nicola Fox, describes the future of NASAs solar and space weather research.

NE Live@ Sun-Earth Days 2010 (part 3 of 3)

Steele Hill, SOHO/STEREO Media Specialist, describes the objectives of these future missions and what kind of solar data they are expected to return. Steele Hill and Deputy Project Manager, Nicola Fox, answer questions from NASA EDGE viewers about space weather and the future of research in this area.

Sun-Earth Days 2009

Solar Discoveries: #5

5 solar discoveries featured in the Sun-Earth Days 2009 web cast. These include the discoveries of sunspots, the solar cycle, the heliosphere, aurora formation, and space weather.

Solar Discoveries: #4

5 solar discoveries featured in the Sun-Earth Days 2009 web cast. These include the discoveries of sunspots, the solar cycle, the heliosphere, aurora formation, and space weather.

Solar Discoveries: #3

5 solar discoveries featured in the Sun-Earth Days 2009 web cast. These include the discoveries of sunspots, the solar cycle, the heliosphere, aurora formation, and space weather.

Solar Discoveries: #2

5 solar discoveries featured in the Sun-Earth Days 2009 web cast. These include the discoveries of sunspots, the solar cycle, the heliosphere, aurora formation, and space weather.

Solar Discoveries: #1

5 solar discoveries featured in the Sun-Earth Days 2009 web cast. These include the discoveries of sunspots, the solar cycle, the heliosphere, aurora formation, and space weather.

NASA Fact

The most powerful solar flare in the last 500 years occurred on September 2, 1859 and was sighted by two astronomers who happened to be looking at the sun at exactly the right time!