Special cameras aboard the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, or IBEX, spacecraft have snapped the first images of space weather as it happens.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), best known for cutting-edge images of the sun, has made a discovery right here on Earth.
Project scientists discuss SDO's first year of science and collaboration with other Heliophysics System Observatory missions.
Four years after launch NASA's two STEREO spacecraft are now 180 degrees apart and able to image the entire Sun.
THEMIS helped track the origin of energetic particles in a kind of space weather called a substorm -- these speedy electrons gain energy from changing magnetic fields far from the origin of the event that causes them.
The sun has experienced a storm -- not of explosive flares and hot plasma, but of icy comets.
Giant plumes of gas zooming up from the sun's surface at 150,000 mph may play a key role in heating its corona in excess of a million degrees.
On January 4, the Hinode satellite captured breathtaking images of an annular solar eclipse.
Bob Benson tells tales of winter research in Minnesota, the South Pole and Alaska over a five-decade career studying Earth's ionosphere.
The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory spots its 2000th comet: More than any comet-hunter in history.