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Jun 10, 2016 Spotless days
May 30, 2016 Quiet week, lovely events
May 19, 2016 An early application...
May 05, 2016 One year with no X-class flares
Apr 26, 2016 NOAA 2529 remains active
Apr 19, 2016 Dynamic NOAA 2529
Apr 12, 2016 Comin' around the bend
Apr 05, 2016 Spectacular prominence eruption
Mar 30, 2016 A dynamic sunspot
Mar 10, 2016 PROBA2 views Partial Solar Eclipse
Feb 29, 2016 The best of... 2015!
Feb 24, 2016 SWAP carrington rotation movies
Feb 17, 2016 A sunspot accident!
Feb 09, 2016 NOAA 2494's growth spurt
Feb 02, 2016 A filament erupts
Jan 27, 2016 Phoenix
Jan 19, 2016 The Polar Faculae are back!
Jan 12, 2016 The duration of solar flares
Jan 05, 2016 M-class brothers
Jan 02, 2016 New Years Eve Sun
Dec 16, 2015 Farside eruption
Dec 02, 2015 Happy Birthday SOHO!
Nov 17, 2015 A filament kisses the Sun goodbye!
Nov 11, 2015 Strong radio event on 04 November
Nov 03, 2015 Proton event!
Oct 27, 2015 Connected
Oct 14, 2015 A swiftly blowing wind
Oct 06, 2015 A two-stage CME
Sep 30, 2015 Rise and Shine!...
Sep 23, 2015 Another head-to-tail collision
Sep 16, 2015 PROBA2 observes an annular solar eclipse
Sep 09, 2015 Polar faculae near the Sun's south pole
Sep 02, 2015 Showtime!
Aug 05, 2015 Holy loopiness!
Jul 29, 2015 STEREO-A's reawakening
Jul 23, 2015 A complex filament eruption
Jul 16, 2015 Coincidence
Jul 08, 2015 The solar cycle's new clothes
Jun 24, 2015 First proton event of 2015
Jun 09, 2015 Filament eruption
May 27, 2015 Layer upon layer
May 20, 2015 Twisting beauties
May 06, 2015 A stethoscope for the Sun
Apr 30, 2015 The wall
Apr 15, 2015 NOAA 2321: one, two or three groups?
Apr 09, 2015 Impressive filament eruption
Apr 02, 2015 Divergent
Mar 26, 2015 NOAA 2297 targets Earth
Mar 12, 2015 Marvellous M-flares
Mar 05, 2015 A gorgeous filament eruption
Feb 25, 2015 An icy visitor from outer space
Feb 18, 2015 DSCOVR and IXV
Feb 11, 2015 A looong filament
Feb 05, 2015 Leaving on a jet
Jan 28, 2015 A comet's tale
Jan 22, 2015 Lovely curves
Jan 14, 2015 The curious case of a strong storm
Jan 09, 2015 Fireworks in the sky!
Dec 30, 2014 The best of ... 2014!
Dec 12, 2014 Cruise the sun-earth system with STAFF
Dec 03, 2014 Reversed sunspot groups
Nov 26, 2014 NOAA 2192: The sequel
Nov 13, 2014 How's SC24 doing?
Nov 07, 2014 NOAA 2205 produces an X1.6 flare (NL-FR-EN) - UPDATED
Nov 05, 2014 The "All Saints" filament eruption
Oct 29, 2014 NOAA 2192 in perspective
Oct 21, 2014 NOAA "Boom! Boom!" 2192
Oct 19, 2014 Press Release extreme space weather: X1.1 flare on 19 October (NL-FR-EN)
Oct 08, 2014 An M7 surprise
Oct 01, 2014 Another farside blast
Sep 24, 2014 SBC or CIR?
Sep 17, 2014 Number 35
Sep 10, 2014 Backside Blast
Sep 03, 2014 NOAA 2146 bursts its bubble...
Aug 27, 2014 Small sunspot, big flare
Aug 13, 2014 Far-side blast targets STEREO-A
Aug 06, 2014 A filament always rings twice
Jul 31, 2014 Tour de France
Jul 07, 2014 Sunspot Summer Festival
Jul 02, 2014 Backside eruption
Jun 25, 2014 Up, up and away!...
Jun 18, 2014 The 3 X-class flares from NOAA 2087
Jun 13, 2014 A snaky filament lifts off
Jun 04, 2014 STEREO: News from the other side...
May 21, 2014 Our 12 points go to... NOAA 2056!
May 14, 2014 Prelude to a solar flare
May 07, 2014 Lunar eclipses and solar cycles
Apr 30, 2014 Sympathetic flares
Apr 29, 2014 X-class flare does peekaboo
Apr 23, 2014 The amazing M7 flare
Apr 16, 2014 Saturday Morning Fever...
Apr 09, 2014 Small groups, big flares
Apr 02, 2014 Homologous flares
Mar 26, 2014 Waiting for the big one
Mar 20, 2014 Revolt of the filaments
Mar 13, 2014 The big wave!...
Mar 06, 2014 The long way to solar maximum
Feb 27, 2014 Those darn CMEs!...
Feb 20, 2014 Shoot-out at NOAA 1974
Feb 13, 2014 Magic potion for an X-class flare
Feb 06, 2014 M6 flare in NOAA 1967
Jan 30, 2014 A high-latitude sunspot group
Jan 23, 2014 The intensity of proton flares
Jan 16, 2014 Stupendous NOAA 1944!
Jan 09, 2014 The Sun's New Year's Letter
Jan 02, 2014 The solar hotshots of 2013!
Dec 19, 2013 Shocking News
Dec 13, 2013 PROHo-Ho-H-BA2 Holiday Countdown
Dec 5, 2013 Flying object at ESWW10
Nov 29, 2013 No Clues from Comet ISON
Nov 20, 2013 NOAA 1875's solar backside adventure
Nov 13, 2013 3 X-class flares in NOAA 1890
Nov 06, 2013 Team-building activity for sunspot groups
Oct 31, 2013 Beta-Gamma-Delta
Oct 23, 2013 Merry-go-round for a coronal hole
Oct 16, 2013 It's alive!... It's alive!...
Oct 10, 2013 Anatomy of a solar filament
Oct 03, 2013 Two spectacular filament eruptions
Sep 25, 2013 Space Weather for Engineers
Sep 25, 2013 The Sun on (extended) summer leave
Sep 19, 2013 A backside filament eruption
Sep 12, 2013 A filament seen in profile
Sep 05, 2013 Prominences do the twist
Aug 29, 2013 Filaments in the southern solar hemisphere
Aug 22, 2013 The Sun's polar field reversals
Aug 09, 2013 A warned person is worth two
July 31, 2013 Prominences do the catwalk
July 25, 2013 Coronal hole XL
July 18, 2013 Itchy satellites
July 11, 2013 Where's my donut?
July 04, 2013 A quiet sunspot's nest
June 25, 2013 Active Region NOAA 1777
June 19, 2013 Filamentary activity
June 12, 2013 Recipe for a sunspot group
June 05, 2013 Our sticky atmosphere
May 29, 2013 El Magnifico
May 21, 2013 The Sun has a blast... or four!
May 17, 2013 A second breath for cycle 24?
May 16, 2013 Backside prominence eruption
May 13, 2013 PROBA2 and the moon walk
May 08, 2013 A peculiar radio burst
May 06, 2013 Hook your ideas to a weather balloon
May 02, 2013 All coronal holes great and small
Apr 26, 2013 Birth of a sunspot group
Apr 18, 2013 M6.5 flare in NOAA 1719
Apr 11, 2013 A magnetic mirage
Apr 04, 2013 The numbers are down...
Mar 29, 2013 M for Marvelous
Mar 22, 2013 Ready... Aim... Fire!...
Mar 14, 2013 Comet Pan-STARRS swings by
Mar 07, 2013 10 Little Indians
Mar 01, 2013 Fast rise of NOAA 1678
Feb 14, 2013 CMEs twins?
Feb 07, 2013 Coronal Cathedral
Jan 25, 2013 A CME's cloaking device
Jan 18, 2013 NOAA 1654 show-off
Jan 11, 2013 Sunspots galore
Jan 04, 2013 A Christmas flare
Dec 20, 2012 The fairest of them all...
Dec 13, 2012 A sunspot square transits the solar disk
Dec 07, 2012 Where is the coronal hole?
Nov 29, 2012 Our dynamic Sun
Nov 23, 2012 The Sun has a split personality
Nov 10, 2012 Has SC24-maximum passed?
Nov 02, 2012 15 X-flares for SC24
Oct 25, 2012 M9-flare rattles the solar corona
Oct 18, 2012 Trouble never comes alone
Oct 11, 2012 A very Long Duration Event
Oct 4, 2012 Twin Peaks
Sep 27, 2012 The Solar Corona according to PROBA2
Sep 20, 2012 A filament's jump to fame
Sep 13, 2012 All quiet on the solar front
Sep 7, 2012 Die-Hard 2: The explosive finale
Aug 31, 2012 Fairies circle the solar north pole
Aug 23, 2012 A die-hard solar filament
Aug 16, 2012 Curiosity and the Proton Flares
Aug 9, 2012 A roller coaster named "Sunspot Number"
Aug 3, 2012 A CME with an Olympic speed
July 20, 2012 A solar flare plays hide-and-seek
July 14, 2012 X1 flare in NOAA 1520 - more info
July 10, 2012 NOAA 1515 - pictures of the M6.9 flare on July 8
July 6, 2012 NOAA 1515 takes the center stage
Apr 23, 2012 The annual STCE meeting
Mar 22, 2012 LYRA: the alternative to GOES flare monitoring
Jan 31, 2012 Disturbed radio communication and satellite navigation on Jan 22
Jan, 23, 2012 Recent solar activity - What can be expected?
Sep 27, 2011 A strong geomagnetic storm has passed - more might come
Sep 26, 2011 The Sun had an active weekend - a large shock passed ACE on Sept 26, 12 UT - STAY TUNED
Sep 13, 2011 CME cannibalism
Sep 06, 2011 The Sun and the Earth in August
Sep 05, 2011 The SIDC is looking for a new colleague
Aug 09, 2011 SPACE WEATHER ALERT
Jun 10, 2011 The plasma eruption skimmed Earth on June 09, 20:00 UT
Jun 09, 2011 A spectacular solar plasma eruption
Mar 10, 2011 LYRA data release
Feb 11, 2011 Belgium and STEREO
Jan 04, 2011 Sun, Moon and Earth line up for PROBA2
Dec 21, 2010 Looking back at ESWW7
Nov 26, 2010 New Product: COMBISWAP
Nov 02, 2010 PROBA2 1 jaar/an/year!
Sep 07, 2010 Aug 2010 event - fully screened
Aug 17, 2010 7th European Space Weather Week - poster release
May 04, 2010 SWAP & LYRA data release - PROBA2 Guest Investigator Program
Apr 20, 2010 SDO - First Light
Apr 19, 2010 PROBA2: an eye on space weather events
Feb 11, 2010 SDO launch: Delayed to Feb 11
Feb 09, 2010 SDO launch: Feb 10
Feb 02, 2010 PROBA2: witnesses an annular eclipse
Dec 14, 2009 The Fingerprint of the New Solar Cycle
Nov 27, 2009 The Sun is NOT dead/De Zon is NIET dood
Nov 09, 2009 Debate: Space Weather and the Earth's Climate
Sep 10, 2009 The European Space Weather Week
Jul 31, 2009 Where to find sunspot data
Jul 01, 2009 PROBA2 packed
May 08, 2009 Solar radio silence ended
Feb 10, 2009 Visit of the godfather of the solar wind, E. Parker
Dec 15, 2008 A first radio burst at Humain
Dec 11, 2008 The European Space Weather Week, the final result
Nov 12, 2008 European experts meet to predict the weather in space
Sep 18, 2008 The sunspot number clarified
Aug 01, 2008 Partial Solar eclipse observed in Belgium
Apr 14, 2008 Solar cycle 24 sunspot
Mar 17, 2008 First light
Jan 08, 2008 A first cycle 24 sunspot
Dec 13, 2007 Start of solar cycle 24
Sep 14, 2007 The SIDC revealed: opendoors
July 3, 2007 ESWW4
May 15, 2007 SOHO 20
Apr 26, 2007 Solar cycle 24 prediction
Apr 17, 2007 PROBA2: the making of
Jan 16, 2007 Be alerted
Dec 15, 2006 Space Weather threatening astronauts at ISS?
Dec 05, 2006 X9 flare
Sep 29, 2006 Stereo mission
Sep 21, 2006 Solar-B will be launched on Sept 23
Jul 13, 2006 Third European Space Weather Week
Jun 13, 2006 Made in Belgium: Proba2
May 12, 2006 Annual Report of the SIDC
Apr 12, 2006 Total Solar Eclipse
Mar 28, 2006 The new SIDC website
Feb 23, 2006 The static Sun
Dec 20, 2005 New: the Estimated ISN
Dec 6, 2005 Birthday of SOHO
Nov 8, 2005 On the road to solar minimum
Oct 28, 2005 Drop in X-radiation
Oct 3, 2005 Partial Solar Eclipse, Oct 3
Sept 23, 2005 Open Doors Sept 17-18
Sept 8, 2005 X17 fast alert!
June 2, 2005 June 1: calculation of Ri
May 12, 2005 M-flares at last
Apr 29, 2005 The season of filament eruptions
Apr 11, 2005 The big filament is there after all!
Apr 11, 2005 The big filament is not visible anymore!
Mar 15, 2005 The two spotted Sun
Mar 4, 2005 Quiet frontside-active backside
Feb 22, 2005 A 'mega-cool' filament
Jan 26, 2005 The turbulent life of 05/720
Jan 14, 2005 Global decreasing tendency but local increase
Dec 23, 2004 Louise Gérard: 25 years fidelity to the Sun
Dec 7, 2004 First European Space Weather Week
Nov 16, 2004 Big heat, big freeze
Nov 9, 2004 A salvo of shots hitting earth
Oct 29, 2004 A reborn Sun
Oct 19, 2004 In Memoriam: Pierre Cugnon, 1940-2004
Oct 7, 2004 SPIRIT in times of emergency
Sept 23, 2004 A glancing blow
Sept 14, 2004 A full halo CME arrived on earth
Sept 3, 2004 Is 90/0656 almost dead?
June 14, 2004 The scattering of stations
June 3, 2004 Venus in View
June 1, 2004 June 8: watch the Venus transit live
May 17, 2004 The Pleiades viewed by LASCO
May 11, 2004 The link between a CACTus and a CME
May 6, 2004 The birth of number 18
April 29, 2004 Newsflash: SOHO can see again!
April 23, 2004 SOHO has become blind
April 2, 2004 Sunspot group 93: a sleeping giant
March 18, 2004 A recursive coronal hole
March 8, 2004 Shutterless Run of EIT
March 1, 2004 Return of the flaring Sun!
Feb 16, 2004 The quiet Sun
Feb 12, 2004 The Sun is preparing herself for Valentine
Jan 29, 2004 The day the Sun had no spots
Jan 21, 2004 Spectacular prominence eruptions
Jan 6, 2004 Did the Sun lose track?
Dec 20, 2003 SIDC visualisation
Dec 15, 2003 Services for GPS users
Dec 8, 2003 In the ban of THE hole
Nov 20, 2003 Aurora's painting the sky
Nov 14, 2003 CMEs hitting Earth
Nov 12, 2003 Return of the monster sunspot groups
Oct 30, 2003 Third Very large X-ray burst in less than one week!!!
Oct 29, 2003 Very large X-ray (X17.2) burst from sunspot group 70 (0486)
Oct 23, 2003 Two X-bursts from sunspot group 70
Oct 20, 2003 X-flare Activity
July 23, 2002 A major (X4.8) flare & A prominence eruption played in two acts
July 16, 2002 A beautiful and puzzling full halo CME
April 21, 2002 A violent though beautiful flare was seen at the western limb of the Sun.
Nov 6, 2001 The CME that left the Sun on Nov 4 triggered a severe geomagnetic storm.
July 23, 2001 Although solar activity is rather low, beautiful Coronal Mass Ejections can still be seen.
May 7, 2001 The Sun stages a CME show. Watch the Sun blast off a streamer plasma cloud .
April 27, 2001 The SIDC participates in the Sun-Earth connection day and celebrates the fifth anniversary of SOHO.
March 2001 NOAA active region 9393, the largest sunspot group of the current cycle.
Oct 2000 Did we pass the solar maximum yet? Different prediction methods disagree.
Sept 22, 2000 Active region 9169 the largest sunspot in 9 years.
Sept 10, 2000 Tantalizing EIT picture from SOHO
Sept 1, 2000 The ACE satellite detected a steady increase, over a period of roughly one day on the 28th of Aug, of the solar wind speed from 400 to 600 km/s.
Aug, 2000 High resolution image from the Swedish Solar Telescope.
Aug, 2000 Interplanetary shock wave from the Sun struck Earth's magnetosphere on Aug 12, 2000.
July, 2000 Erupting filament imaged by the TRACE satellite.
April 12, 2000 Aurora Borealis over Belgium April 6-7 2000.