NASA Captures Giant Solar Storm

Last Thursday, the sun delivered the goods, unleashing a beautiful solar flare. The eruptions lasted somewhere around 90 minutes, and the plasma flares were all captured in high def by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, a project dedicated to studying the sun and its impact on space weather. This footage comes soon after another groundbreaking NASA video – the First 360 Degree View of the Sun.

via Popular Science


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  1. Krisna says . . . | March 3, 2011 / 4:59 am

    Beautiful and Dangerous, our sun

  2. ChianrRaiKen says . . . | July 7, 2012 / 10:38 pm

    the tendency is to imagine the solar surface as flat, but it’s anything but. What is the density at the surface? I imagine it’s like very dense lava.

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