Hi everyone, hope you are all keeping well in these strange times. Here at Solar Stormwatch, we have some exciting … More
Author: Shannon Jones
Protect our Planet from Solar Storms: Results are in!
Hi all, Thanks to everyone who compared solar storms in ‘Protect our Planet from Solar Storms’ – we now have … More
What do you see as a “complex” solar storm?
Thank you very much for all your help with our solar storm research over the past year – we’ve made … More
What do we do with the storm fronts you trace?
Hi all, thanks for all your hard work tracing storm fronts so far; we’re now over a third of the … More
The ‘Carrington Event’ of 1859: what was it?
by Lee T. Macdonald A solar explosion that took place in 1859, known today as the ‘Carrington Event’, is used … More
The Victorian origins of ‘space weather’
Thank you Stormwatchers for all your hard work drawing Storm Fronts! While you continue to help us improve space weather … More
Welcome to Solar Stormwatch!
Hi! I’m Shannon. I first became involved with Stormwatch about a year ago, analysing the results of an original Solar … More