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Peter Gilman, HAO Senior Scientist Emeritus
March 10, 2020

Peter Gilman, HAO Senior Scientist Emeritus, has been chosen by the American Astronomical Society to be a Legacy Fellow, or member of the first class of Fellows the AAS has chosen. He joins about 200 other members of the AAS, out of a total membership of about 9000, receiving this honor.

ViSP spectrograph system from from the DKIST
February 6, 2020

The highest resolution images of the solar surface ever seen were made possible to no small degree by the work of Boulder based scientists.

Photograph of Anna Malanushenko
January 30, 2020

I was born and raised on the Crimean peninsula on the northern coast of the Black Sea (Eastern Europe), an area currently disputed between Russia and Ukraine. In brief, I was born in a politically incorrect place.

WHPI logo image
January 16, 2020

During the upcoming 4th Parker Solar Probe (PSP) perihelion on January 29 2020, the Earth and many space observatories will be near-radially aligned with PSP and STEREO-A will be near quadrature (at a right angle to the Sun-Earth line).

Photographic image of Solar Eclipse Team, Chile, 2019
January 15, 2020

Paul Bryans tells Sun Superheroes that a solar eclipse is an opportunity to understand and study the Sun's magnetism. During a solar eclipse, when the moon blocks the Sun, it allows scientists to study the strength and shape of the Sun's surrounding magnetic field.