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http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/home.html

Looks very nice, unfortunately, the near real time images lag far behind ones on the old site. You'll have to look elsewhere to see whats happening on the Sun now. sad.gif
Hofi
QUOTE (Sunspot @ Dec 18 2006, 01:16 PM) *
http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/home.html

Looks very nice, unfortunately, the near real time images lag far behind ones on the old site. You'll have to look elsewhere to see whats happening on the Sun now. sad.gif



Thank you!
cndwrld
In case you're interested, ...

We are happy to announce the deployment of a new SOHO Science Archive developed by the Science Archive Team at ESA/ESAC (European Space Agency/European Space and Astronomy Center, Madrid).

This facility has four goals:

- To improve the access to SOHO data, as it provides additional capabilities to search for and visualize data, not present in the old archive the ESA Project Scientist Team developed at Goddard more than ten years ago.

- To serve as the long term archive for SOHO in the years to come.

- To lay down the foundations for the archiving of other solar data ESA will obtain in the near future, being the data from the solar payload of Proba2 the most immediate new user.

- To improve the interoperability with the solar virtual observatories under development.


You are all kindly invited to take a look and start using it, as this new archive is accessible from the SOHO web pages at:

http://soho.esac.esa.int/data/archive/index_ssa.html
Stu
Of course we're interested! smile.gif Thanks for the heads up, sounds like that will be a great resource.
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