Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Jake Brodsky (AB3A), who writes:
I am a regular at
I just noticed today that the formerly crunchy low resolution x-ray view of the sun has been replaced by the GOES-16 SUVI images on a three hour loop. This has a 195 Angstrom view of the sun in great detail, so you can immediately see where the holes are forming in the corona.
Solar weather enthusiasts don’t need to go to the solar dynamics observatory page all the time to see what the last three hours looked like.
Thanks for the tip, Jake!