Earth and space weather news for Dec 6, 2013: new Comet Lovejoy images, Northern Lights will be visible farther south this year; Laser Instrument on NASA Mars Rover Tops 100,000 Zaps; life possible on Europa; Global weather; Small Earth-facing CME is on its way…
2013 has seen more volcanic eruptions than at any time since records began. An extra 23-33 eruptions (so far) may not seem like much, but those extra eruptions represent a massive amount of gases and ash being blown into the atmosphere. Millions and millions of metric tonnes which can have a profound effect on life on Earth.
Earth and space weather news for December 5, 2013: Mount Etna Erupts Again, Ceres Ice, Saturn Hex, Filament Erupts, world weather.
The typhoon that hit the Philippines is not the only example of extreme weather. This video contains incredible footage of extreme weather and other global anomalies.
Earth and space weather news for December 4, 2013: Hubble Traces Subtle Signals of Water on Hazy Worlds; Red volcanic lightning; space weather
Earth and space weather news for Dec 3, 2013: upcoming Meteor Showers; Severe weather in Argentina and the Mediterranean; Small CME impact this morning; Solar flaring continues to be weak
Earth and space weather news for Dec. 2 , 2013: China’s Chang’e-3 Lunar Probe Launch; Water decontamination system in trouble at Japan’s Fukushima’ Activity at Russia’s Kliuchevskoi Volcano, Kamchatka Peninsula; The State of Super Earths; Helicopter crash in Antarctica; Another severe hailstorm in the southern Afria; Solar flaring is nil; Small CME to impact Earth tonight or tomorrow morning; Earthquake watch
Earth and space weather news for Dec 1, 2013: Earth facing coronal hole – primary earthquake watch factor; Earthquake uptick: Africa, Australia, U.S.; China to launch Surface Mapping Lunar Probe; ISON visibility is pretty much gone.- l ittle survived the sun flyby.
Earth and space weather news for Nov 30, 2013: Comparison of Comet ISON to Comet Lovejoy; China to launch Chang’e-3 lunar probe early Monday; Penn State Habitable Planet Explanation
Earth and space weather news for November 29, 2013: Although Comet ISON did not put on a great show, it is not dead. Some bit of it survived perihelion, and is now brightening again on SOHO. The comet is still on the predicted path
Earth and Space weather news for Nov 28, 2013: Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) Views Comet ISON – Live ISON hangout; U.S. Drought Monitor; Massive sun spots, but no flaring; Small earth-side CMEs
Earth and space weather news for November 21, 2013: ISON visibility Is about over until post perihelion New Evidence For A Jet From Milky Way’s Black Hole; Volcano raises new island far south of Japan; Global weather; Space weather
Earth and space weather news for November 20, 2013: Global Climate report for October; Comet ISON had another major outburst; Global weather; Sun spots; Earthquake watch
4-minute Earth and space weather news for Nov 19, 2013: X1 Solar Flare, NASA’s Firefly Mission, 1899 Confusion
Earth and space weather news for Nov 18, 2013: Killer storms in the north-east U.S.; Tornado hits eastern Australia and more global weather; Volcano discovered smoldering under a kilometer of ice in West Antarctica; Explanation for why the 7.8 magnitude quake in Scotia sea did not cause a tsunami; Comet ISON is getting brighter and brighter; Stereo ISON page shows ISON satellite coverage and which camera to look at, when, and why.; Massive sunspot (see featured image)