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Space Weather Center, NASA GSFC routinely executes complex space weather model simulations to determine the path and impact of space weather storms through the heliosphere.

Current State of our Magnetic Field. The magnetic field of the Earth is very dynamic. This animation shows the current state of our magnetosphere as it interacts with the solar wind.

Predictions and Arrival of the 2015-06-22 CME Geomagnetic Storm

Predictions and Arrival of the 2015-06-22 CME Geomagnetic Storm

CCMC/SWRC Delivers Advanced Radiation Protection

CCMC/SWRC Delivers Advanced Radiation Protection

New DONKI Feature: Space Environment Effects (SEE)

New DONKI Feature: Space Environment Effects (SEE)

6th NASA Robotic Mission Ops & Space Weather Workshop

6th NASA Robotic Mission Ops & Space Weather Workshop

Novel WSA-ENLIL Predictions up to 5.5AU

Novel WSA-ENLIL Predictions up to 5.5AU

iSWA layout with new cygnets: http://go.nasa.gov/1n80eNc

2014 Space Weather REDI Summer Bootcamp

2014 Space Weather REDI Summer Bootcamp

New Flare Prediction Models

New Flare Prediction Models

New CCMC/SWRC Ensemble Modeling Improves Forecasts of CME Impacts throughout the Heliosphere


Mays, M. L., B. J. Thompson, L. K. Jian, R. C. Colaninno, D. Odstrcil, C. Möstl, M. Temmer, N. P. Savani, A. Taktakishvili, P. J. MacNeice, Y. Zheng (2015), Propagation of the 7 January 2014 CME and Resulting Geomagnetic Non-Event, Astrophysical Journal, 812, 145. doi:10.1088/0004-637X/812/2/145. [arXiv]

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