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STEREO Selects

  • 199
    Comet Jacques
  • 198
    Five Days/ Eight CMEs
  • 197
    Sun's Busy Week
  • 196
    Farewell Comet ISON
  • 195
    Want Flares, CMEs? Watch this:
  • 194
    Three weeks in a lesser solar maximum
  • 193
    Double Prominence Eruptions
  • 192
    Sequential Blasts
  • 191
    A Pair of CMEs
  • 190
    Almost Flame-like
  • 189
    Single Solar Event: Multiple Views
  • 188
    Big Boomers
  • 187
    A very active Sun
  • 186
    Beware: Blasting in the Area
  • 185
    Bright Loops
  • 184
    Sympathetic Eruptions
  • 183
    Two Part Harmony
  • 182
    Comet Pan-STARRS from Space
  • 181
    Massive solar storm pointed straight at STEREO Behind
  • 180
    Massive prominence eruption seen by STEREO Ahead
  • 179
    Earth-directed coronal mass ejection
  • 178
    Busy Days for Old Sol
  • 177
    Eight Days a Week
  • 176
    Double-Barrel Action
  • 175
    STEREO Reaches its 6th Anniversary
  • 174
    Unfurling Prominence
  • 173
    Widely Blossoming CME
  • 172
    Going the Distance
  • 171
    Speedster: One of the Fastest CMEs Ever
  • 170
    Rapid Fire Bursts
  • 169
    Prominence Burst
  • 168
    Flares and More Flares
  • 167
    Beautiful Solar Eruption, STEREO-B 2012-03-12
  • 166
    Earth-directed X5 flare observed from STEREO-B
  • 165
    Filament Uprising
  • 164
    Double Solar Eruption Heads for Earth
  • 163
    What a Difference!
  • 162
    Comet Lovejoy Still Visible
  • 161
    Comet Lovejoy Cruises around the Sun
  • 160
    Really Big Show? Large Comet Heading Towards Sun
  • 159
    Headed Our Way
  • 158
    Double CMEs
  • 157
    Streaking Comet heads into Sun
  • 156
    Powerful X1.4 flare
  • 155
    New View of Solar Storms
  • 154
    Observing Comet Elenin
  • 153
    Spectacular Blast
  • 152
    Spectacular Blast
  • 151
    Spectacular Blast
  • 150
    Sun Unleashes a Blast
  • 149
    Spurting Active Region
  • 148
    Two for two
  • 147
    Bright Flare and a Coronal Mass Ejection Blast
  • 146
    Coronal Mass Ejection with a Solar Wave
  • 145
    Solar Activity, August 2010
  • 144
    Filament Blasts into Space
  • 143
    Epic Filament Eruption
  • 142
    Breaking Away
  • 141
    Flashy Flares
  • 134
    Popping Out All Over
  • 132
    CME Bursts
  • 130
    Bursts of Activity
  • 129
    Fast CME and prominence eruption
  • 128
    Streaming Plasma
  • 125
    Prominence Lift-Off
  • 124
    Eruptive Trio
  • 123
    Coronal Hole with Nearby Activity
  • 122
    Huge Eruptive Prominence
  • 120
    CME Impacts Earth
  • 119
    Prominence Eruption
  • 117
    Solar activity as seen with STEREO's SECCHI imagers
  • 116
    Suicide Comet
  • 115
    Prominence eruption in the EUVI and COR1 telescopes - March 1, 2010
  • 114
    Sputtering, Surging Sun
  • 113
    Valentine Flare and CME
  • 112
    Curling, Twirling Prominence
  • 111
    A Comet Devoured by the Sun
  • 110
    A Long Filament Erupts
  • 108
    Two Eruptive Solar Prominences
  • 107
    Coming into View Again
  • 106
    Large Filament Eruption
  • 104
    Featured Foursome
  • 102
    Active Region in Profile
  • 99
    Spin-off
  • 98
    Somersaulting Solar Prominence
  • 97
    Active Regions Interact
  • 96
    CME and Radio Burst
  • 95
    STEREO reveals anatomy of a solar storm.
  • 94
    Earth impacting solar mass ejection, December 2008
  • 92
    Solitary Loop
  • 91
    CME event combining the perspectives of four SECCHI instruments
  • 90
    Jupiter and Galilean moons observed
  • 89
    Energy Waves
  • 85
    SECCHI Makes a Fantastic Recovery!
  • 82
    Up close for three days
  • 80
    Unfurling Prominence Eruption
  • 66
    Twisting Solar Jets in STEREO
  • 65
    Kamikaze Comet
  • 64
    Spin and counter-spin erupting prominence
  • 61
    Prominence Eruption
  • 59
    The Sun Twists Again
  • 58
    Solar Tsunami - May 19, 2007
  • 57
    CMEs and a Flare
  • 56
    Performing with a Flare
  • 55
    Prominence Arising - March 22-23, 2008
  • 54
    Active region emerging
  • 47
    Solar Tsunami - December 14, 2007
  • 39
    Jupiter System Spotted by COR 1 - November 29, 2007
  • 36
    Dancing Prominence, Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 2007
  • 33
    Solar Hurricane Tears Comet - April 20, 2007
  • 32
    Smooth Streaming - September 22-23, 2007
  • 30
    Sparkler Speculation - August 23-24, 2007
  • 29
    Out on the Fringe - August 16-18, 2007
  • 28
    Spiky Spicules on the Sun - August 3, 2007
  • 26
    Our Three Suns - July 13, 2007
  • 23
    Two active regions, up close and personal - June 29-30, 2007
  • 21
    Colors of June Days - June 5-10, 2007
  • 19
    Stunning Looping Arcs, June 9-10, 2007
  • 18
    Slip-Slidin' Plasma - May 30-31, 2007
  • 17
    Bright Loops at 171 - May 26, 2007
  • 12
    Multi-wavelength Sun - May 1, 2007
  • 11
    Dancing Loops in Profile - May 9-10, 2007
  • 10
    24/7 of the Sun - April 22-28, 2007
  • 8
    Solar Eclipse, STEREO Style - Feb. 25, 2007
  • 1
    STEREO Spies McNaught - January 11-18, 2007
  • 45
    Following a 3-D Active Region
  • 37
    3D Coronal Hole - October 21, 2007
  • 33_3d
    May 15-16, 2007
  • 28
    May 22, 2007
  • 7
    STEREO Orbit

 

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