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Total Solar Eclipse. South-Western Mongolia, 01.08.2008.
In these images we can see Sun's Corona, the outermost part of Sun's atmosphere, traceable up to the distance of 20 solar radii (1st photo), where a solar radius = 695,700 km. You do the math 😉
The Corona is hidden by the bright light of the Sun's surface, so the only way to see it without the use of special instruments is during a Solar Eclipse.
Regarding now how hot is Sun's Corona, Spectroscopy measurements indicated strong ionization and plasma temperature in excess of 1,000,000 Kelvin, much hotter than the surface of the Sun.
Eclipse duration: 2 min 4 sec
📷 Credit: Miloslav Druckmüller, Peter Aniol, Jan Sládeček

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Our sun captured by the SDO ☀️
The Solar Dynamics Observatory is the first mission to be launched for NASA's Living With a Star (LWS) Program, a program designed to understand the causes of solar variability and its impacts on Earth. SDO is designed to help us understand the Sun's influence on Earth and Near-Earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of space and time and in many wavelengths simultaneously.

X 4.9 flare captured at 8:01 p.m. EST in 335 angstrom light.
Credit: NASA/SDO

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🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕 Filming this with @cambrian.explosion was the biggest and most spectacular undertaking I’ve ever done taken. Very proud to have this out. Please watch the full version on YouTube or FB. Link in bio.
Shots by: @tomcatpdx @returnthesun
Sound by: @sirfun2010
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🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕 Filming this with @cambrian.explosion was the biggest and most spectacular undertaking I’ve ever done taken. Very proud to have this out. Please watch the full version on YouTube or FB. Link in bio.
Shots by: @tomcatpdx @returnthesun
Sound by: @sirfun2010
#eclipse #nasa #solardynamicsobservatory #cambrianexplosion #sun #moon #nasa #psychedelic #pyschedelicrock #doom #doommetal #stoner #stonerrock #film #filmmaking


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🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕 Filming this with @cambrian.explosion was the biggest and most spectacular undertaking I’ve ever done taken. Very proud to have this out. Please watch the full version on YouTube or FB. Link in bio.
Shots by: @tomcatpdx @returnthesun
Sound by: @sirfun2010
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🌞 Sur cette image de janvier 2014 captant les ultraviolets émis par le soleil, la chose à observer, c’est la zone plus sombre, en bas. Il s’agit d'un «trou coronal». Il faut savoir que des champs magnétiques parcourent la surface du soleil. Ils peuvent en sortir par un point, et y retourner par un autre, formant des boucles. Ou alors ils en sortent, sans y retourner, projetant des vents solaires dans l’espace.

Cette zone de « champs magnétiques ouverts » est appelé un « trou coronal ». Le « trou » qu’on peut voir ici fait 50 fois la taille de la terre.

#sun #soleil #soleil#uv #solardynamicsobservatory #astronomie #cosmos #spaceisbeautiful #universe #nasa #nasa🚀 #svj #scienceetviejunior #scienceiscool #scienceisfun #space #espace #spaceporn 📷 : NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory


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Imagen del sol tomada por el SDO de la #NASA, hoy 30 de enero de 2019. #sun #solardynamicsobservatory


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//Our Sun, the nearest star to Earth.
These images were taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), during the Sun's 11 years solar cycle, since 2008.
Almost every 11 years, our star changes it's activity by changing the levels of solar radiation and ejection of solar material and it's appearance by changing the number and size of sunspots, flares and other manifestations. This phase is called "solar cycle", with "solar maximum" being in the highest of it's activity and solar minimum being the calmest.
In the pictures above we can spot the following:
▪An X1.8-class solar flare, 19 Dec. 2014 (picture 1)
▪An M7.9-class solar flare, 25 Jun. 2015 (picture 2)
▪An M-class solar flare, 1 Jan. 2014 (picture 3)
▪An M6.9-class solar flare, 18 Dec. 2014 (picture 4)
▪A C-class solar flare, 12 Jan. 2015 (picture 5) *X-class signify the most intense solar flares while the number provides data about its strength. For example an X2 is twice as intense as an X1, an X3 is three times as intense, etc. Also M-class flares are a 10th (1/10) of the size of the most intense ones, the X-class flares. The same here an M2 is twice as intense as an M1, etc.
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Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) was launched on 11 February 2010, in geosynchronous orbit, as a part of the "Living With A Star" (LWS) project, in order to understand the influence of the Sun on the Earth and near-Earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of space/time in many wavelengths (measured in Angstroms, Å) and to investigate how the Sun's magnetic field is generated and structured, how this stored magnetic energy is converted and released into the heliosphere and geospace in the form of solar wind, energetic particles, and variations in the solar irradiance.
Credits: NASA/GSFC/SDO

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The NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory has been a long time observer of our Sun, the main source in our Solar System. Scientists at Nasa created a portrait of our sun’s magnetic field from computer models. The bright areas show a large proportion of the region where field lines, or active regions on our sun. Magnetism is a source that habits the activity on our sun. The Solar Dynamics Observatory reaches us with so many information about our Sun, as we know of today. The Sun generates so many ultraviolet radiation and wavelengths that travel around creating magnetic fields. They come in exactly three sequences, where it only starts out by really low amounts of ultraviolet wavelengths to extreme. These wavelengths can be studied to have a better understanding on how our Sun is doing and what it is doing. The Solar Dynamics observatory is managed by NASA.
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Notre soleil, photographié aux ultraviolets ☀️😲
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January 1, 2019 - New Sunspot Forms
The first new sunspot region in over 2 weeks has formed in time to open 2019. Region 2732 is located in the northwest quadrant and belongs to the outgoing Solar Cycle 24. Although the chances for solar flares remain low, this region will continue to be monitored over the next 24 hours for additional development. - Solarham
Image credit: NASA Solar Dynamic Observatory #solarsystemambassador #internationalsunday #solaractivity #randyshivakamateursolarastronomer #nasa #solardynamicsobservatory


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Happy Solstice! Pablo Picasso said, “there are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.” Celebrating both the #wintersolstice & #summersolstice — depending on which hemisphere you live in — with a selection of our sun & solar designs! ☀️☀️☀️ @lisa.vollrath @sph613 @dancingthemantaray Jim Leonard, Marcucci Communications, Sheriann Ki Sun Burnham
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Un agujero coronal de larga duración ha vuelto a girar hacia #LaTierra (28-30 de noviembre de 2018). Este agujero persistente, la región oscura alargada que se ve en la imagen fija, apareció por primera vez en julio y se ha observado cada rotación del #Sol desde entonces. Los agujeros coronales son la fuente del viento solar de alta velocidad; cuando éste se enfrentó a la Tierra, provocó arrebatos de auroras. Los orificios coronales son regiones magnéticamente abiertas en el Sol que pueden durar desde días hasta meses, aunque esta ha durado más que la mayoría. El video de lapso de tiempo, tomado en una longitud de onda de luz ultravioleta extrema, cubre aproximadamente dos días de actividad.

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A twisting outburst from the surface of the Sun, recorded in ultraviolet light by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) on August 13, 2018. -
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Increíble y hermosa imagen del sol obtenida con el satélite 🛰 #SDO (#SolarDynamicsObservatory) en el canal AIA 094 A. Este canal mide erupciones solares de temperaturas que rondan los 6 millones Kelvin, mediante telemetría UV... 😶🤔... O #closeup de una #sandia. No recuerdo. Google it.


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Two solar prominences, directly at opposite sides of the Sun, rose up, twisted around, and fell apart at roughly the same time over a 26-hour period (Nov. 12-13, 2018). Prominences are cooler clouds of plasma suspended above the Sun by powerful magnetic forces.
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The most distinctive feature on the Sun from Oct. 31 - Nov. 2 was a good-sized coronal hole nearly centered on the Sun’s face. The coronal hole — which appears as a dark area in this extreme ultraviolet image captured by our Solar Dynamics Observatory — is an area of open magnetic field from which high-speed solar wind rushes out into space. Coronal holes are a common occurrence, and such solar wind can trigger effects like auroras when it interacts with Earth’s magnetic field.
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