For direct access to the most recently processed images, use one of these fixed URLs: http://sdowww.lmsal.com/sdomedia/SunInTime/mostrecent/f_211_193_171.jpg - for a full-resolution, three-color composite http://sdowww.lmsal.com/sdomedia/SunInTime/mostrecent/l_211_193_171.jpg - for a 1024x1024 three-color composite http://sdowww.lmsal.com/sdomedia/SunInTime/mostrecent/t_211_193_171.jpg - for a 256x256 three-color compositeSimilarly, there are direct-access URLs for each of the wavelenghts (replace 'l_' by 'f_' for the 4096x4096 versions, or by 't_' for the 256x256 versions):
The AIA team is now generating and publishing daily movie summaries of the Sun as seen from the two STEREO perspectives and from SDO's near-Earth perspective. These movies can be accessed via our 'Sun Today' pages (http://sdowww.lmsal.com/suntoday/). As it takes a few days for the STEREO data to come into our archive, the movies show up 4-5 days behind current time. If the movie files are available, the links will show up automatically above the image set in the top segment of the page, immediately below the links to the "daily movies" summarizing the AIA observations (which show up with a 1 day delay behind present time).
The standard product to which the page provides links show STEREO/B SECCHI, SDO/AIA, and STEREO/A SECCHI images side by side, showing the full fields of view. All images have the N-S axis aligned vertically. No corrections for the different tilt angles out of the plane of the sky are applied. The off-disk signals have been enhanced with a radial filter in all of the images to bring out the signal increasingly with increasing height above the limb.
Other movie files are being generated in parallel to the above standard product for which the URLs show up at present: (1) 720p and 1080p versions, and (2) zoomed-in movies showing only the limbs in the STEREO data that are nearest to the Sun-Earth line. The URLs to those can be constructed as variations of the standard paths such as for these 171A movies:
There are also movies that show the AIA images at 480s cadence. These can be accessed by changing '_120s_' to '_480s_' in the URLs.All movies show the available STEREO SECCHI images nearest in time to the cadence of the movie.