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Fourteenth European Space Weather Week

The European Space Weather Week (ESWW) is one of the main international conferences when it comes to space weather. Already for the 12th time, its organisation is in the hands of the STCE.

Recurrent Coronal Hole

Earth is currently (28 September) under the influence of a high speed stream from a coronal hole. A strong geomagnetic storm is in progress. Polar lights will not be visible from Belgium.

Eclipse fever

The Monday August 21 eclipse will transit the whole of North America. If you can't make it to there, no problem. We have a reporter, live from space: our satellite PROBA2.

Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI) ready for launch!

This is it: the solar telescope EUI is ready to be mounted on the Solar Orbiter satellite. Solar Orbiter will be launched in 2019 and will approach the Sun closer than any other satellite ever. (NL-FR-EN) 

A coronal mass ejection as the source of a strong geomagnetic storm (NL-FR-EN)

A partial halo CME from 23 May resulted in a strong geomagnetic storm on 28 May.

High-speed solar wind causes major geomagnetic storm (NL-FR-EN)


NL: Hogesnelheidszonnewind oorzaak van een krachtige geomagnetische storm
FR: La vitesse élevée du vent solaire à l'origine d'un orage géomagnétique majeur
EN: A high-speed solar wind stream as the source of a major geomagnetic storm

Movies and pictures - Films en foto's - Vidéos et images

 

Mercuriustransit

Op maandag 9 mei, van 13:12:19 tot 20:40:33 lokale tijd, vindt een Mercuriusovergang plaats die zichtbaar is vanuit heel België. De transit zal niet zichtbaar zijn met het blote oog. Een (kleine) telescoop is nodig.

Transit de Mercure

Le lundi 9 mai, de 13h12m19s à 20h40m33s (heure locale) nous pourrons voir depuis la Belgique entière Mercure passer devant le Soleil, événement qui s'appelle transit de Mercure. Cet événement ne sera pas visible à l'oeil nu, un (petit) téléscope sera nécessaire.

Mercury Transit

On Monday 9 May, between 13:12:19 and 20:40:33 local time, a Mercury transit across the solar disk will be visible in its entirety from Belgium. This event will not be visible with the naked eye. A (small) telescope will be required.

STCE 10 jaar - Gelukkige Verjaardag!

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