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    • NASA – New Eye on the Sun Delivers Stunning Results (April 2010)

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      This is actually just a video documentary of the actual sun, which was taken by NASA from its Solar Dynamics Observatory. The SDO mission was launched in 2010 and made used of a highly advanced spacecraft that was designed specifically for this. The mission is set for a five-year duration wherein the spacecraft will have to study the magnetic field that surround’s the sun, in order to give scientists a better understanding of how this affects the Earth’s climate. Scientists will also be studying the different solar events around it, especially the impact of these events to the Earth’s own atmosphere.

      Since its launching, the SDO has provided clear, high-definition photos of the sun, as well as comprehensive science data that will greatly help the scientists with learning more about the life force Earth draws energy from.


      This is a short and silent footage of one of the first images from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).

      The SDO works to see the entire Sun’s spacial and temporal resolutions, allowing scientists to study the big red hot eye in the sky. With the SDO, scientists can also zoom into notable events that take place in the sun’s surface.

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      Published on April 26, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space
    • Tiago C

      Amazing. Best motion resolution i’ve seen in sun close ups.

    • Mindy L

      These beautiful 4 minutes of images rival the beauty of the various supernovae images out there. Breathtaking!

    • Sam

      Is the eruption (dunno if that’s the actual name of the event) in the first 20 seconds real time? That would be crazy velocities!

    • Robbyou

      Gotta love Nasa!

    • angel

      So deadly but beautiful.

    • CBat

      Lovely!