23 July 2014 - Mission Day: 6809 - DOY: 204
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The "Bastille Day" particle storm and Earth-directed CME as seen by LASCO C3.
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The "Bastille Day" flare as seen by EIT in the 195 Å emission line.
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A sunspot thirteen times larger than the surface of the Earth.
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This EIT 171 Å image shows emission from ionised iron at about 1 million degrees C, revealing diffuse corona and magnetic loops.


An impressive double set of CMEs observed by LASCO C2, with an EIT 304 Å inset in the middle.


This fiery Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) shows stunning details in the ejected material.
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This spectacular Coronal Mass Ejection observed by LASCO C2 was interpreted as "Happy Birthday Fireworks" for the 5th anniversary of SOHO's launch.
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A sequence of LASCO C2 images showing the evolution of a Coronal Mass Ejection over a time span of about an hour


A Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) observed by LASCO C3


This "lightbulb" Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) shows the classical parts of a CME: leading edge, void, and core.
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An Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) seen by LASCO C3.


This EIT 171 Å image shows a wide variety of loops and active regions (lighter areas on the surface)


This EIT 195 Å series shows evolving loops stretched out above the edge of the Sun


An EIT 304 Å image showing an unusual collection of prominences


These EIT composite images show the passage of Mercury across EIT's field-of-view during the transit on 7 May 2003.
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This combination of an EIT 195 Å image and a computed cutaway model of the Sun's interior shows "peculiarities" in the sound speed compared with theoretical models.
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A particularly beautiful erupting prominence seen by EIT in 304 Å emission


An "EIT colour wheel", showing images in the four filters of EIT. Clockwise from upper left: 171 Å, 304 Å, 284 Å, 195 Å.


Comet Hale-Bopp and its shadow - cast on the diffuse material flowing into the solar system from the intergalactic wind.
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This unusual and clearly helical Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was observed by LASCO C2


This image shows no less than four planets, the constellation Pleiades, and a halo Coronal Mass Ejection (CME).
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This MDI composite shows the passage of Mercury across the solar disk during the transit on 7 May 2003.
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A closeup of an erupting Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) with Earth inset at the approximate scale of the image.


Our most breathtaking shots of a comet featured Comet NEAT (C/2002 V1) in the LASCO C3 field-of-view.
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Using advanced analysis techniques, SOHO's MDI instrument can reveal the temperature and flow structure beneath sunspots.
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This magnificent erupting prominence was captured by EIT in 304 Å emission.
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Composite image with three EIT wavelengths (171 Å, 195 Å and 284 Å) combined to show solar features unique to each wavelength.


These three images show the incredible changes in the Sun's corona from near solar minimum to near solar maximum.


Two large eruptive prominences captured by EIT in 304 Å emission.
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This LASCO C2 image from 23 December 1996 shows the "Christmas Comet" (Comet SOHO-6) streaking towards the Sun

 
 

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