The Helioviewer Project

New interactive visualization tools developed by the NASA/European Space Agency (ESA) Helioviewer Project allow scientists and the general public to explore images captured by solar observing spacecraft. This five-part series explains the origins and aims of the Helioviewer Project, what the tools do and how they work, and where the Project is headed in the future.


image of sunExplore the Sun on your desktop with Helioviewer
Published June 13, 2011


thumbnail of helioviewer.org websiteGetting started with Helioviewer.org
Published June 14, 2011


thumbnail image of jhelioviewer softwareExplore the sun in depth with JHelioviewer
Published June 15, 2011


image of sdo spacecraftHow it works: Building the Helioviewer “back end” with JPEG2000
Published June 16, 2011


image of solar coronaHelioviewer’s future: an Internet for solar image data
Published June 17,2011


Here is a time-lapse video of the Sun, May 2010 to May 2011, made using JHelioviewer.



LEARN MORE

Helioviewer.org (Web app)

A collection of video highlights from 2011 (so far) created by Helioviewer.org users.

See a Helioviewer.org video made by “citizen scientist” LudzikLegoTechnics on YouTube.

The Helioviewer Project Wiki

JHelioviewer (downloadable software)

Read a Web feature about JHelioviewer and its capabilities

The JHelioviewer online handbook

JHelioviewer video tutorial on YouTube HD

ESA Web feature about JHelioviewer.

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OH AND DID I MENTION? All opinions and opinionlike objects in this blog are mine alone and NOT those of NASA or Goddard Space Flight Center. And while we’re at it, links to websites posted on this blog do not imply endorsement of those websites by NASA.


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