Solar Flares

Monitor the Sun on the University of Bradfords own website which has sophisticated up to date Solar Flare monitoring programs.

An image representing the Sun's enormous energy bursts called solar flares.

The university of Bradfords software which is directly linked in to the general solar flare probability scanner which is given on a colour coded bar gives great results. This is the general probability for occurance of a C-,M-, or X- class flare.

How does flare monitor work? Our agent program "SPIDER" connects to the SDO website every ten minutes to search for the new HMI images and download them to our server.

What are Solar Flares?

Solar flares are powerful bursts of radiation that occur on the surface of the Sun. They can have significant impacts on Earth's atmosphere and technology, which is why monitoring the Sun for flare activity is crucial. Scientists use a variety of methods to track solar flares, including ground-based observatories and space-based satellites. By monitoring the Sun, we can better understand these phenomena and prepare for any potential impacts they may have on our planet.

Credit: Solar-Center Stanford University/Bradford University/UFO Sightings Footage/UFO Sightings/Ufosfootage/Canva.

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