Links to sites (and sights!) on aurorae, solar-terrestrial physics, geophysics, and space sciences

Aurora over Kalamazoo County, October 28, 2000

Jupiter, Saturn, the red giant star Aldebaran, and the star cluster known as the Pleiades are also visible.


Earth Science Picture of the Day
Solar storms and their human impacts
Scales for geomagnetic and solar radiation storms
NASA Space Science News
NASA's Earth Observatory
Terra: NASA's Earth Observatory Flagship
NASA Space Science: the Earth's Magnetosphere
Space Physics & Aeronomy Research Collaboratory
Really neat page on current Solar and Auroral activity
Some links from the Space Environment Center (1, 2, 3)
SolarMonitor.org
Real time solar wind data
Maps of Auroral Activity over the Earth
More Maps of Auroral Activity over the Earth
Tips on  viewing Aurorae
Space Weather Bureau I - latest news on Sun's activity & its impact on Earth
Space Weather Bureau II - latest news on Sun's activity & its impact on Earth
The Solar-Terrestrial Dispatch
Mission to Geospace: probing the Earth-Sun connection
Exploratorium's Aurora Page
Jan Curtis' home page and beautiful Aurorae
University of Alaska Geophysical Institute's Aurora Page
The Aurora Page

Space Physics Interactive Data Resource
Ice Ages - astronomical origins?
Another page discussing how changes in Earth's orbit and tilt affect its climate
A set of pages describing the Lunar-Solar Tides

Links to sites describing our star, the Sun



Kirk Korista
Professor of Astronomy
Department of Physics
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5252
last updated 14 October 2008
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