July 27, 2012 — One of the strongest types of storms that can occur on the sun sent a blast of charged particles bombarding Earth’s atmosphere early on July 15, triggering brilliant aurora displays.
October 28, 2011 — Earth’s geomagnetic field burst into a breathtaking display of color Monday night, treating people as far south as Atlanta to the Northern Lights.
October 21, 2011 —The hole in the protective stratospheric layer of ozone above Antarctica reached its largest expanse so far this year on Sept. 14, covering an area the size of North America.
October 14, 2011 —The ozone hole over Antarctica has stretched deeper into South America, causing dangerous levels of ultraviolet radiation from the sun to reach the ground around the Chilean capital of Santiago.
Sept. 30, 2011
Solar storm brings bright aurora displays from Norway to New Zealand.
April 29, 2011
Ozone hole over Antarctica found to be reshaping climate of Southern Hemisphere.
Electromagnetic Storm Ignites Night Sky
- January 27, 2012
Solar Activity 'Heating Up'
- April 22, 2011
Record Arctic Ozone Layer Hole
- April 8, 2011
Shifting Magnetic North Pole Prompts Aviation Updates
- March 11, 2011
Gust in Solar Wind Brings Day of Bright Auroras
- March 4, 2011
Ozone Hole Smallest In Five Years
- December 10, 2010
Flashes of Energy Emerge from Hot Spot On the Sun
- November 12, 2010
Increase In Whale Sunburns May Be From Ozone Hole
- November 12, 2010
Ozone Layer Damage Has Halted
- September 24, 2010
Solar 'Tsunami' Rushes Toward Earth
- August 6, 2010
Solar Songs Resonate From the Sun's Atmosphere
- June 25, 2010
May Aurora: Active Sun Excites Earth's Upper Atmosphere
- May 14, 2010
Solar Storm Creates Dazzling Polar Aurora
- April 9, 2010
Chile Issues Ozone Hole Alert for Punta Arenas
- November 20, 2009
Ozone Hole Appears On the Mend
- September 25, 2009
Asian Solar Eclipse: Shadow Seen From Space
- July 31, 2009
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