Gorgeous video from NASA Goddard's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), which recently marked a 5 year anniversary. Read the rest
As a nod to the fifth anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory's launch, NASA has created and released a stunning five-year time-lapse of the sun. The footage was captured by taking one frame every 8 hours from 2010 to 2015, with different colours representing different wavelengths.
image via youtube screen capture To celebrate five years since the launch of their Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), NASA released this hypnotically beautiful time-lapse video, allowing us to finally scratch that compulsive itch we’ve...Show More Summary
This is a timelapse released from NASA of the sun shot in various wavelengths to celebrate the five year anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory being in space (and taking all the pictures used for the videos). What's your favorite...Show More Summary
This photo, taken last week by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), shows a "filament" of cooler solar material hovering over the surface of the sun. The effect is of a huge crack across the sun, as if something is preparing to burst out. Read more...
NASA released the video to commemorate the Solar Dynamics Observatory's anniversary
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory’s (SDO) launch, NASA released a five-year timelapse of the sun — and trust us: It ain’t ugly.
The sun is living a pretty interesting life out there. And NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) celebrated its five-year anniversary on Feb. 11th, which means they've treated us all to a five-year-spanning time-lapse of what the sun's been up to for those years. Predictably, it's pretty damn epic.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) continuously takes images of the sun at various wavelengths. These beautiful time-lapse videos are made of images captured by the spacecraft over the last five years.
NASA's Goddard Spaceflight Center has released a video composite of some of the imagery taken over the past five years by the Solar Dynamics Observatory. It's nothing short of breathtaking.
NASA is celebrating the five year anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory operated by the Goddard Space Flight Center with a video highlighting some of the most impressive solar activity it has observed in its time. February 11, 2015 marks five years in space for NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which provides incredibly detailed images of the […]
NASA‘s heliophysics division recently celebrated the five-year anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory with a time-lapse video that compresses five years of the Sun’s rotation into less than three minutes. The video also features the Sun as seen through a number of different wavelengths and combinations thereof. Show More Summary
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA put out this video of all the coolest, jaw-dropping explosions that happened on our sun over the past five years. You basically watch the sun dance with shooting flares and solar loops. It’s unreal. More »
YouTube I've been getting swarmed by creationists and right wing science-deniers today on Twitter, so here's some amazing science to take away that nasty reactionary taste. The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) celebrates its 5th anniversary since it launched on February 11, 2010. This time-lapse video captures one frame every 8 hours...
On the fifth anniversary of NASA's launch of the Solar Dynamics Observatory, the agency released a video of the observatory's most spectacular images of the sun.
Five years of the sun, celebrating the Solar Dynamics Observatory. Oh, and there's a bonus track.
Timelapses have the ability to make reality seem like it's simultaneously sped up and slowed down. You might, ahem, say the result is "out of this world." To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Solar Dynamics Observatory's (SDO)...Show More Summary
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA put out this video of all the coolest, jaw dropping explosions that happened on our Sun over the past five years. You basically watch the Sun dances with shooting flares and solar loops. It's unreal. Read more...
Scientists working at the Solar Dynamics Observatory have spotted a massive solar filament that stretches across a good portion of the sun's visible surface. It's about 533,000 miles long (857,780 km) – equivalent to 67 Earths lined up in a row. Read more...
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a huge filament on the unhappy face of our Sun on February 10th. The scary fissure, which looks like a grimace on the surface of the star, is actually an enormous swatch of colder material hovering in the sun's atmosphere Read more...