NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recently copied the image of a plasma explosion The surface of the sun, This is a wild view. Of NASA SDO, A spacecraft orbiting the Earth exploded in late November. Now, in a new video, NASA shows the visible and invisible wavelengths of light – what a magnificent solar event was like.
NASA recently posted a video on top of the solar explosion YouTube channel. The event on the surface of the sun – this only lasts a few moments in the video, but can happen almost always An hour Live – starts with a solar flare; That is, the intense explosion of radiation associated with the release of magnetic energy. (The explosion is caused by the filament of the surrounding magnetic field Black spots On the surface of the sun.)
After the solar flare, a massive cloud of magnetic fields and gaseous corona mass ejection, or CME, explodes the solar material.
Based on the size of the flame, unfortunately, NASA does not mention any dimensions. According to some estimates, solar flares are around average 62,000 miles in diameter. (That is, there are usually ten such flames across the Earth.) 23 million miles across.
When the sun emits all colored light, we see mainly yellow, which is the brightest wavelength. For the human eye. In the video, NASA offers visible visuals of light wavelengths captured by SDO outside the visual spectrum. Hence the trident of views that appear for a minute in the video.
Leaving aside the wild imagery, the highlight of the video will clearly inspire the music. It definitely helps to keep the viewers in that interstellar state. For our money anyway. Speaking of which, everyone remembers that we have one Billion 1.5 billion satellites Go straight to the sun, right? One can only hope that an explosion like this will not burn that investment.
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