A new special collection invites papers pertaining to the use of machine learning techniques in all sub-fields of heliophysics.
As solar max approaches, new tech is on call.
Helioseismology allows scientists to study the interior of the Sun, solve some basic physics mysteries, and forecast space weather.
Each solar cycle might seem like the same old story, but one thing has changed significantly since the previous solar maximum–our technology.
Five decades of data revealed a star undergoing a pause in magnetic activity similar to what the Sun experienced almost 400 years ago.
A new study supports the idea of a “helicity barrier” influencing the fluctuating stream of interplanetary plasma.
With new missions underway and planned, China is stepping up to observe our nearest stellar neighbor.
The Solar Orbiter just completed its commissioning phase while en route to the Sun. It has already provided valuable looks at solar campfires and Venus’s magnetic fields, and it promises much more.
How did our planet avoid being frozen solid during the early days of our solar system?
Scientists have known for 400 years about a particularity in the way the Sun rotates. It took the world’s most powerful supercomputer to accurately simulate it.