As a part of the federal government's Space Weather Prediction Center, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce), maintains extensive dashboards for satellite and space weather enthusiasts. Space weather generally refers to the dynamic conditions in space closest to the earth. Instruments track and record space weather's effects to life and technology on Earth caused by the electromagnetic radiation that comes from the sun.
The Space Weather Dashboard is organized according to several categories: Solar, Solar Wind, Geospace, Ionosphere, and Solar Cycles. You can find live visually enhanced reports of Solar Proton Flux, Geomagnetic Activity, Solar Light, Solar X-rays, Solar Winds, Aurora forecasts, and more.
Other Space Weather Resources:
- Space Weather by Dr. Tony Phillips
- Space Weather Prediction Center (NOAA)
- Space Weather Enthusiasts Dashboard (NOAA)
- Space Weather Fact Sheet for Kids (ready.gov)
- Space Weather Glossary (NOAA)
- Space Weather (NASA)
Learn More About Space Weather from NOAA:
- About Space Weather
- Partners and Stakeholders
- Additional Info