Watch a 10-Year Time Lapse of Sun From NASA’s SDO | NASA

As of June 2020, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory – SDO – has now been watching the Sun non-stop for over a full decade. From its orbit in space around Earth, SDO has gathered 425 million high-resolution images of the Sun, amassing 20 million gigabytes of data over the past 10 years. This information has enabled countless new discoveries about the workings of our closest star and how it influences the solar system.

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https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2020/watch-a-10-year-time-lapse-of-sun-from-nasa-s-sdo

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19 thoughts on “Watch a 10-Year Time Lapse of Sun From NASA’s SDO | NASA

  1. Spectacular.
    The most incredible aspect of the Sun I still find difficult to grasp is that for billions of years and for billions of years ahead there is all that mass and resultant energy being produced.
    Even though it can be explained and I have read quite a few, in the back of my earth-bound 3-D orientated mind there are still those little words ‘Yeah. But?’

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