Solar Orbiter images first coronal mass ejections
By happy coincidence, three of Solar Orbiter’s remote sensing instruments captured a pair of coronal mass ejections in the days after February’s close flyby of the Sun. CMEs are...News SciencesMay 18, 2021
Citizen scientist discovers Sun-watcher SOHO’s...
Using data from the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, or SOHO, a European citizen scientist spotted a never-before-seen comet in the satellite data — the 4,000th comet...News SciencesJune 17, 2020
The discovery of Comet SWAN by solar-watcher SOHO
Currently crossing the skies above Earth, Comet C/2020 F8 (SWAN) has the potential to become a more prominent naked eye object by late May or early June. Yet it wasn’t discovered...News SciencesMay 13, 2020
SOHO’s pioneering 25 years in orbit
Two and a half decades of scientific discovery is a major milestone for any space mission. But when the spacecraft at the heart of the celebration was only designed to last for...News SciencesFebruary 12, 2020
Two-year extensions confirmed for ESA's...
ESA's Science Programme Committee (SPC) has today confirmed two-year mission extensions for nine scientific missions in which the Agency is participating. This secures their...News SciencesNovember 22, 2016
Soho celebrates 20 years of discoveries
Originally planned for a two-year mission, the ESA–NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, SOHO, is celebrating 2 decades of scientific discoverIesNews Sciences Specialist public, Science and technologyDecember 3, 2015
2004: the Sun nucleus rotates like a solid body
2004: the Sun nucleus rotates like a solid body Update: 09/12/2011News Observation Science and technologySeptember 12, 2011
Since 1996 the mass coronal ejections have been...
Update: 07/25/2011News Observation Science and technologyJuly 25, 2011
SOHO spots its 2,000th comet
On 26 December 2010, the SOHO spacecraft clocked up its 2,000th comet. Helping in its quest, a network of devoted amateur astronomers keenly pores over each image acquired by the...News Sciences InstitutionalJanuary 20, 2011