Helios - A Space Weather
Center: Has some good information on Space Weather, as well as some links
to other pages.
Physics (ISTP): NASA’s International Solar-Terrestrial Physics page, exploring
the Sun-Earth Connection.
The NASA Space Weather
Bureau: Simple page with news, forecasts and trivia.
National Space Weather
Program: contains the NSWP Strategic Plan .
Space Environment Center
(NOAA): Has Press Releases, Events, and other information concerning Space
Today's Space Weather
(SEC/NOAA): SEC issues solar forecasts and monitors conditions in geospace.
Space Weather at Rice
University: Has lots of information, movies and images on Space Weather,
Aurorae, and Earth’s Magnetosphere.
Space Weather Resources
at the NSSDC: Provides resource materials for conducting space weather
related research and educational activities.
University of Oulu (Finland)
Space Physics Textbook: In-Depth information about Space Weather and Space
Windows to the Universe
Space Weather page: current space weather conditions for the solar wind
SAMPEX: Information and
data from SAMPEX, the first of the SMEX (SMall EXplorer)
spacecraft. Among other things, SAMPEX studies high energy particles in
Earth's radiation belts
and upper atmosphere.
SOHO: The Solar and Heliospheric
Observatory: Has great solar images from SOHO and information on the SOHO
Stanford Solar Center:
Lots of educational activities from the team of SOHO's Solar
Sunspots and the Solar
Cycle: A page sponsored by NASA’s Marshall Space Sciences
Lab, with good, well organized
information on the solar cycle, sunspots and the effects
of solar activity on the
YOHKOH SXT Home page:
Images, Movies and news from the YOHKOH Soft
X-Ray Telescope (SXT).
The National Solar Observatory:
Descriptions of the Sacramento Peak and Kitt Peak Solar
Observatories, as well as a digital library of images which includes current
The Global Oscillation
Network Group (GONG): GONG is a community-based project to
conduct a detailed study of solar internal structure and dynamics using
helioseismology. Their page
contains information about the project as well as a gallery
The Aurora Page: Information,
links and images on the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis.
Aurorae, Paintings in
the Sky: What are auroras? What makes them happen? What do they look like?
Where can you see
them? An illustrated journey that attempts to answer these questions and more!
Exploration of the Earth's
Magnetosphere: Detailed information on the Earths magnetic
environment and the physics