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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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5 Dec 2003 Dixieland Auroras Science@NASA
3 Dec 2003 Cracked Field? NASA Headquarters
21 Nov 2003 SOHO Tracks Recent Stormy Weather on Sun's Far Side Goddard Space Flight Center
20 Nov 2003 Sundial Fever University of Washington
13 Nov 2003 NASA Selects SwRI Proposal to Study Interstellar Boundary Southwest Research Institute
13 Nov 2003 Upstart Sun Science@NASA
7 Nov 2003 More on the Lunar Eclipse Science@NASA
2 Nov 2003 Space Weather News Spaceweather.com
30 Oct 2003 Solar Storm Sounds University of Iowa
28 Oct 2003 Lunar Eclipse Sky & Telescope
28 Oct 2003 Another Giant Solar Eruption Spaceweather.com
27 Oct 2003 Sunspots Cause Trouble Spaceweather.com
24 Oct 2003 Turbulent Sun National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
19 Sep 2003 Rings and Halos Spaceweather.com
10 Sep 2003 A New Spin on an Old Problem Southwest Research Institute
9 Sep 2003 Killer Electrons Go Surfing? Goddard Space Flight Center
29 Aug 2003 A New Type of Stardust Planetary Science Research Discoveries
8 Aug 2003 Genesis Update Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4 Aug 2003 Busy Days at European Space Agency European Space Agency
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
21 Jul 2003 A Planetary Baby Boom University of California at Berkeley
18 Jul 2003 Genesis Update Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Jul 2003 SOHO Back in Action European Space Agency
3 Jul 2003 Space Weather News: Dust and Distance Spaceweather.com
2 Jul 2003 SOHO Back in Action European Space Agency
 
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5 Dec 2003 Dixieland Auroras Science@NASA
3 Dec 2003 Cracked Field? NASA Headquarters
21 Nov 2003 SOHO Tracks Recent Stormy Weather on Sun's Far Side Goddard Space Flight Center
20 Nov 2003 Sundial Fever University of Washington
13 Nov 2003 NASA Selects SwRI Proposal to Study Interstellar Boundary Southwest Research Institute
13 Nov 2003 Upstart Sun Science@NASA
7 Nov 2003 More on the Lunar Eclipse Science@NASA
2 Nov 2003 Space Weather News Spaceweather.com
30 Oct 2003 Solar Storm Sounds University of Iowa
28 Oct 2003 Lunar Eclipse Sky & Telescope
28 Oct 2003 Another Giant Solar Eruption Spaceweather.com
27 Oct 2003 Sunspots Cause Trouble Spaceweather.com
24 Oct 2003 Turbulent Sun National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
19 Sep 2003 Rings and Halos Spaceweather.com
10 Sep 2003 A New Spin on an Old Problem Southwest Research Institute
9 Sep 2003 Killer Electrons Go Surfing? Goddard Space Flight Center
29 Aug 2003 A New Type of Stardust Planetary Science Research Discoveries
8 Aug 2003 Genesis Update Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4 Aug 2003 Busy Days at European Space Agency European Space Agency
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
21 Jul 2003 A Planetary Baby Boom University of California at Berkeley
18 Jul 2003 Genesis Update Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Jul 2003 SOHO Back in Action European Space Agency
3 Jul 2003 Space Weather News: Dust and Distance Spaceweather.com
2 Jul 2003 SOHO Back in Action European Space Agency
 
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