Below, you will find collections of information:

Newspaper Archives – This is a collection of major space weather storms since the 1800’s based on newspaper accounts. The archive contains exerpts from actual newspaper stories, along with the appropriate bibliographic references. In many cases, PDF files are provided of the relevant articles based on research at the Library of Congress Newspaper and Periodical Collection.

The Progress of Science – This is a collection of scientific articles appearing in newspapers, which tell the story of how our understanding (at least the public one) of space weather has changed over time.

Biographies and Historical Odds ‘n Ends – This is a collection of biographical notes about interesting, and famous, people involved with space weather and auroral science including the enigmatic Richard Carrington, the bizarre and usually incorrect statements by Lord Kelvin and other interesting tidbits of historical minutia.