The latest space weather updates from The Weather Channel. Covering weather's impact on spaceflight and the effect of solar activity on Earth.
Pretty sweet aurora viewing for those of you in Antarctica. Might want to put a jacket on. http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/89009.html
GOES visible satellite image as of 4:25 p.m. ET. #Antares Wallops Island launch site highlighted in red.
GOES visible satellite image from 3:10 p.m. ET. Clouds may prevent Antares launch viewing in some areas.
Planned Antares trajectory viewed in @googleearth. Looking ESE toward Wallops Island. (Source: NASA)
Getting off the ground. (via NASA TV)
Image from @nasa_eyes simulation of 2012 DA14 close approach.
The Atlas V rocket slowly leaps off the pad. (Source: @ulalaunch)
T-minus 1 minute and counting. Weather looks much better than earlier.
Recent infrared satellite imagery for Cape Canaveral area. Still overcast near the pad (red circled area).
Wheels down. That's it. #OV105
Speechless. (via @NBCLA)
#OV105, movie star (via @NBCLA):
Low #OV105 flyby of LAX (via @NBCLA):
#OV105 is approaching Malibu (via @NBCLA).
#OV105 should be approaching the Los Angeles area soon. Suggested viewing locations from @NASA:
#SpotTheShuttle reports from Sacramento coming in, so #OV105 is likely on the way to S.F. Suggested viewing locations:
Looks like live video on @NASA TV of #OV105 from the T-38 chase plane. Whoa. #SpotTheShuttle
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