October 25, 2013 — The hole above Antarctica in Earth’s protective ozone layer reached its greatest extent of the year on Sept. 26, but was smaller than in recent years, according to scientists who monitor the phenomenon.
August 9, 2013 — The sun’s magnetic field is expected to “flip” within a few months, part of an 11-year cycle of activity that could affect Earth’s climate, electronics and power grids.
February 15, 2013 — The hole in the stratospheric ozone over Antarctica has shrunk to the smallest size in a decade. The shrinkage is believed to be a sign that the ozone hole is closing very slowly.
September 21, 2012 — The UN weather agency says that the annual ozone hole over Antarctica is expected to be smaller than last year, but will take decades to recover from years of destruction by man-made chemicals.
August 17, 2012
UV rays through ozone hole killing marine plants and animals, researchers say
July 20, 2012
Strong solar storm creates bright aurora ribbons across US-Canada border.
Solar Storm Sparks Northern and Southern Lights
- June 22, 2012
Electromagnetic Storm Ignites Night Sky
- January 27, 2012
Auroral Spectacular Delights Even Southerners
- October 28, 2011
Huge Ozone Hole Develops Around Antarctica
- October 21, 2011
Ozone Hole Dousing Santiago With UV Radiation
- October 14, 2011
Solar Storm Ignites Bright Aurora
- September 30, 2011
Sun May Be Entering A Deep Sleep
- June 17, 2011
Antarctic Ozone Hole Reshapes Hemispheric Climate
- April 29, 2011
Solar Activity 'Heating Up'
- April 22, 2011
Record Arctic Ozone Layer Hole
- April 8, 2011
Shifting Magnetic North Pole Prompts Aviation Updates
- March 11, 2011
Gust in Solar Wind Brings Day of Bright Auroras
- March 4, 2011
Ozone Hole Smallest In Five Years
- December 10, 2010
Flashes of Energy Emerge from Hot Spot On the Sun
- November 12, 2010
Increase In Whale Sunburns May Be From Ozone Hole
- November 12, 2010
Ozone Layer Damage Has Halted
- September 24, 2010
Solar 'Tsunami' Rushes Toward Earth
- August 6, 2010
Solar Songs Resonate From the Sun's Atmosphere
- June 25, 2010
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