The Sun and Its Magnetic Beauty

In case you missed them, I want­ed to flag some pho­tos that made their way around the blo­gos­phere yes­ter­day, thanks in part to Boing­Bo­ing. The Swedish 1‑m Solar Tele­scope, oper­at­ed by the Insti­tute for Solar Physics, has cap­tured images that let you see the sun in an entire­ly new way. Below, you’ll find a detailed view of the mag­net­ic struc­ture of the Sun’s sur­face. Rather beau­ti­ful. For more pho­tos, def­i­nite­ly have a look here

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