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The sun is a star, a hot ball of glowing gases at the heart of our solar system. Its influence extends far beyond the orbits of distant Neptune and Pluto. Without the sun's intense energy and heat, there would be no life on Earth. And though it is special to us, there are billions of stars like our sun scattered across the Milky Way galaxy.

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25 Jul 2007 The Sun Loses its Spots NASA
30 May 2007 Hinode Solar Data Ready for Access European Space Agency
30 Apr 2007 The Quest to Predict the Next Space "Hurricane" Season NASA Headquarters
23 Apr 2007 First 3-D Images of the Sun NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
19 Apr 2007 Giant Pipe Organ in the Solar Atmosphere Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 Skeleton of Sun's Atmosphere Reveals its True Nature Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 STEREO Gives Astronomers First Look at the Space Between the Earth and the Sun Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 The Angry Sun Royal Astronomical Society
21 Mar 2007 International Spacecraft Reveals Detailed Processes on the Sun NASA Headquarters
26 Feb 2007 The Birth of the Sun Astrobiology Magazine
23 Feb 2007 No Safe Place Science@NASA
20 Feb 2007 Surprises from the Sun's South Pole European Space Agency
20 Feb 2007 Sol Sister Astrobiology Magazine
7 Feb 2007 NASA-European Spacecraft Swoops Under Sun's Pole NASA/JPL-Caltech
22 Dec 2006 New Clues About Our Violent Sun NASA Headquarters
19 Dec 2006 STEREO Sends Back First Solar Images NASA Headquarters
14 Dec 2006 Solar Cycle 24: Boom or Bust? Who Cares and Why NASA/JPL-Caltech
20 Nov 2006 Ulysses Embarks on Third Set of Polar Passes European Space Agency
2 Nov 2006 Moore Foundation Gives $6.5 Million to Caltech For Research on Solar-Driven Energy California Institute of Technology
1 Nov 2006 Protective Doors of the Telescopes Onboard "Hinode (SOLAR-B)" Opened Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
26 Oct 2006 STEREO Launches Hi-Def Solar Imagers NASA Headquarters
23 Oct 2006 Twin STEREO Observatories Poised for Launch NASA Headquarters
5 Oct 2006 Supernova Radioisotopes Show Sun was Born in Star Cluster University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
25 Sep 2006 Solar-B Successfully Launched Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
21 Sep 2006 Solar-B - A New Solar Mission to Study the Dynamic Sun European Space Agency
 
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25 Jul 2007 The Sun Loses its Spots NASA
30 May 2007 Hinode Solar Data Ready for Access European Space Agency
30 Apr 2007 The Quest to Predict the Next Space "Hurricane" Season NASA Headquarters
23 Apr 2007 First 3-D Images of the Sun NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
19 Apr 2007 Giant Pipe Organ in the Solar Atmosphere Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 Skeleton of Sun's Atmosphere Reveals its True Nature Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 STEREO Gives Astronomers First Look at the Space Between the Earth and the Sun Royal Astronomical Society
18 Apr 2007 The Angry Sun Royal Astronomical Society
21 Mar 2007 International Spacecraft Reveals Detailed Processes on the Sun NASA Headquarters
26 Feb 2007 The Birth of the Sun Astrobiology Magazine
23 Feb 2007 No Safe Place Science@NASA
20 Feb 2007 Surprises from the Sun's South Pole European Space Agency
20 Feb 2007 Sol Sister Astrobiology Magazine
7 Feb 2007 NASA-European Spacecraft Swoops Under Sun's Pole NASA/JPL-Caltech
22 Dec 2006 New Clues About Our Violent Sun NASA Headquarters
19 Dec 2006 STEREO Sends Back First Solar Images NASA Headquarters
14 Dec 2006 Solar Cycle 24: Boom or Bust? Who Cares and Why NASA/JPL-Caltech
20 Nov 2006 Ulysses Embarks on Third Set of Polar Passes European Space Agency
2 Nov 2006 Moore Foundation Gives $6.5 Million to Caltech For Research on Solar-Driven Energy California Institute of Technology
1 Nov 2006 Protective Doors of the Telescopes Onboard "Hinode (SOLAR-B)" Opened Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
26 Oct 2006 STEREO Launches Hi-Def Solar Imagers NASA Headquarters
23 Oct 2006 Twin STEREO Observatories Poised for Launch NASA Headquarters
5 Oct 2006 Supernova Radioisotopes Show Sun was Born in Star Cluster University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
25 Sep 2006 Solar-B Successfully Launched Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
21 Sep 2006 Solar-B - A New Solar Mission to Study the Dynamic Sun European Space Agency
 
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