|Selected 150-Foot Solar Tower Links|
A listing of the members of the Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society; Hale Prize recepients; applications for AAS SPD membership. No real-time solar data.
A wonderfully creative website by Elaine Fortin. This link is to the "Solar Filters" section.
A thumbnailed image page with a good variety of recent observations (and data) from the members of the A.L.P.O. solar division.
Mr. Solar Interior. Bahcall was the perfect merge between a scientist who knew what he was talking about, and one who could talk about it! We will miss him.
Links to French solar observatories and telescopes; data search and full disk solar archive (H-alpha images, CaII, D1 magnetograms, dopplergrams, and intensitygrams).
Daily high resolution solar images (white light, CaK line, and H-alpha); movies; virtual tour of observatory.
A network of six remote solar observatories monitoring low-degree solar oscillation modes. Site includes a good animated demonstration of oscillation modes.
Daily H-alpha images and radio spectroscopy.
High resolution open-air solar telescope in the Canary Islands. Fantastic Images!
Fun educational website from that wonderful San Francisco museum, The Exploratorium.
Information on the instrument itself and its data; links to the consortium of institutes involved in GOLF.
Helioseismology information; sample images; magnetogram synoptic maps; scientific program descriptions.
A private solar observatory in southern California operated by our colleague Sara Martin. The unique telescope was designed and built by the optical genius, Doug Martin.
Solar research facility which specializes in the response of the Earth's atmosphere to the Sun's energy output. No real-time data available.
Great Moments in the History of Solar Physics: the historical highlights of Solar Physics dating from 1223 BC through 1999 AD, as presented by the High Altitude Observatory.
The only solar observatory in Austria, Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory studies the sun's photosphere. Follow the link to the Institute of Astronomy for images and movies. Latest images
Daily H-alpha images (color); solar structure samples; abstracts of research results.
Latest solar images of H-alpha, white light, and magnetogram; GONG images movies and a link to the GONG homepage. Latest images
Solar X-ray telescope sample images, solar cycle information, scientific projects, solar theory; TRACE (Transition Region and Coronal Explorer) information.
A good educational site with information on structure of sun, sunspots, flares, helioseismology, and more.
Recent H-alpha, calibrated coronal, and helium I chromospheric images; data archive and movies. Good selection of solar images.
Active region maps; daily images (magnetograms, white light, spectroheliograms); instrumentation information. Nice solar spectrum available!
Solar radio astronomy at the Metsädhovi Radio Observatory in Metsähovi, Kylmälä, Finland. Latest images
Official Homepage of the Mount Wilson Observatory, operated by the Mount Wilson Institute.
Support group for the Mount Wilson Observatory. The Organization offers tours, public lectures, volunteer activities, and telescope observing time. Join now!
Digital library: archives of magnetograms, spectroheliograms, spectra, coronal scans, and solar activity indices. Project information.
Images, movies, virtual tour, NSO project index, and telescope information. Latest OSPAN images
Radioheliograph maps and some mpeg movies of eclipses.
Wonderful resource (mostly in Italian) for modern and historical solar observations from the Rome Observatory.
Very interesting dome design! Daily solar images and a graph of the photometric faculae index (PFIFX). Latest images
SOHO news, solar images from other sites, information on solar missions, eclipses, and the Yohkoh archive. Active Region Monitor
Very thorough collection of recent images from various institutions worldwide, and one of the best solar resources. If you want to know what the sun is doing, go here! (Warning: may experience long downloading times due to large number of off-site image files.)
A special-purpose solar radio telescope designed for studying solar activity in the microwave range at 5.7 GHz. Note: link connection is sometimes unreliable. Latest images
The sunspot people! Calculations of daily, monthly, and yearly International Sunspot Numbers, plus provides daily space weather forecasts and warnings. Very good graphical representations of sunspot numbers.
Homepage with images, scientific projects, educational pages, information on instruments, and the latest solar news. Latest images
Similar to the above but listing of all synoptic observations. Also includes SOHO movie theater and other solar links such as Today's Space Weather and solar radio data.
Not exactly science, but a wonderful collection of sun and solar related artwork. Fun!
A plethora of solar weather information compiled from many different online sources.
Michelson Doppler Imager information, data services, and latest solar news.
Online newsletter targeted at the professional solar community. News, conferences, job listings.
The Journal for Solar and Solar-Stellar Research and the Study of Solar Terrestrial Physics. Kluwer Publishing.
An excellent solar observing site by "amateur" solar observer Peter Meadows. Much useful observing information here, and a wonderful animation showing the change of solar coordinates throughout the year. Free solar software!
Online high resolution visible and infrared solar spectrum with known lines identified, including magnetic G-values. Fantastic!
Various solar and geomagnetic data, both recent and historical, from a variety of sources.
A very modern solar facility to make optical measurements of processes on the sun whose study requires sustained observations over a long time period. Daily high resolution solar magnetic imagery and synoptic maps. One of our former graduate students in now working on this project. Latest images
Comprehensive website with geomagnetic database, daily images of the sun, reports on solar activity, solar wind, research information, and publications. Very interesting plots showing current auroral activity. Good educational section with solar glossary.
Synoptic maps of: Surface Magnetograms, Derived Coronal Holes, Source Surface Field, and Solar Wind Speed.
Replete with useful information on the sun-space-earth environment. Highly recommended!
"Providing Solar On-Line Activity Resources for the joy of solar science exploration."
"Best ever view of sunspots;" solar granulation and sunspot pore images; information on the Swedish vacuum telescope tower at La Palma.
TRACE is a NASA Small Explorer Project observing the photosphere. Mission and instrument information, full-disk solar mosaics and movies.
The homepage of our Principal Investigator and Project Manager (in other words, the Boss), Roger K. Ulrich.
Our little neighbor to the south. High degree helioseismology, sample sodium intensity-, magneto-, and dopplergram images, white light photos, and University of Southern California project description.
Magnetograms, photospheric field maps, computed coronal field maps; links to the Solar Center (good educational site), SOI, GONG, etc.
Current operations, recent images, historical information, instruments on board Yohkoh, and movies.