From Earth, the Sun generally just looks like a big bright ball, but there's a lot of activity up there that we don't notice with our puny human eyes—especially because it's not exactly wise to look directly at the Sun. The Solar Dynamics...Show More Summary
NASA‘s Solar Dynamic Observatory captured a stunning 4K view of the solar flare that occurred on April 17, 2016. The flare reportedly caused some radio blackouts according to NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center. On April 17, 2016, an active region on the sun’s right side released a mid-level solar flare, which can be seen in this movie […]
Earlier this month on April 17, NASA captured footage of an active region on the sun’s right side that released a mid-level solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory was responsible for catching the incredible occurrence that in turn caused moderate radio blackouts. These active regions — which are areas of intense magnetism — are quite frequently […]
More than 22,000 miles above Earth, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has been getting a full blackout each day.
The time-lapse video, captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft, shows the sun's entire 2015 -- and it's awesome. The footage shows the sun in extreme ultraviolet, a wavelength that human eyes normally cannot see. This...Show More Summary
A year of the sun’s life was captured in detail by ultra-high definition cameras at NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has released a stunning 4K resolution time lapse video of the Sun’s activity in 2015 taken from the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO). The video covers the sixth year of the SDO mission during the period from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016 with a frame taken every two hours. The sun […]
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has released a 4K resolution timelapse video of the Sun’s activity in 2015 taken from the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO). The video covers the sixth year of the SDO mission during the period from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016 with a frame taken every two hours. The sun is always […]
This is a stunning 4K timelapse of the sun from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016. It was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, which orbits earth. Hopefully they make another timelapse this year so you can all see me whizzing...Show More Summary
NASA has released a stunning time-lapse video of our Sun constructed from images collected by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) over the course of its sixth year in space. The Ultra-HD quality video was recorded in the extreme ultraviolet...Show More Summary
The sun is always changing and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is always watching. This video shows an entire year of the Sun, from Jan. 1, 2015, to Jan. 28, 2016, as one time-lapse sequence. Each frame represents 2 hours. YouTube link The Presurfer
Six years ago, NASA launched its Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), a mission and accompanying module designed to monitor the sun in an attempt to better understand its electromagnetic behavior and the various phenomena it impacts. A major component of this was to capture consistent images using extreme ultraviolet imaging, a technic used due to its [...]Show More Summary
This is what the sun looks like over the course of a year. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the Sun and all of its fiery grace from January 1, 2015 to January 28, 2016. That beautiful burning orb looks unbelievable in this amount of detail. Read more...
A dark solar filament above the sun's surface became unstable and erupted on December 16-17, 2015, generating a cascade of magnetic arches. The arches of solar material appear to glow as they emit light in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths, highlighting the charged particles spinning along the sun's magnetic field lines. YouTube link The Presurfer
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captures stunning images of the solar surface.
For stunning, jaw-dropping images of the sun, it's hard to top NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
x Daang, NASA. Using images of the sun taken in space, NASA constructed this super-detailed view of what the star looks like. In space, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO,… Tags: NASA, sun
NASA released a video of the sun created from still images taken by its space-based telescope, the Solar Dynamics Observatory. The labor intensive process takes 10 hours to make one minute of video.
NASA has released a half hour video of our Sun in breathtaking 4K detail. The video was created from images and data captured by the agency's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) as it continues its mission to observe solar activity andShow More Summary
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captures images of the sun in ten different wavelengths (each assigned a different color), and they've shared this 30 minute video of that footage "in unprecedented detail."