“I look at all these images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory and it reminds me of how they help us learn more about the Sun and how its changing atmosphere affects the Earth and the planets,” Drs. Reports released by Nicky Fox, Director of NASA’s Heliophysical Division at NASA’s Washington Headquarters.
The Postal Service issued the stamps Friday during a ceremony at the main post office in Greenbelt, Maryland.
“We hope these amazing stamps will help create a sense of curiosity and curiosity in our star, which will help our NASA ancestors and scientists better understand the sun, the universe and the many possibilities that exist in our solar system.” Place and beyond, ”said Thomas J. Snyder, Chief Deputy Executive Vice President of the Postal Service. Marshall said.
Each sign highlights different features of the sun: coronal loops, coronal holes, solar flares, active sun, plasma discharges, and sunspots.
The SDO spacecraft was launched in 2010, and a few months later began collecting data using two imaging devices, which NASA said would provide an additional view of the sun. It measures the Sun’s magnetic field and the movement of solar objects on its surface, which allows scientists to explore the Sun in more depth, NASA said.
“What SDO has done has given us the ecology of the sun. It gives an overall picture, one after the other,” said Dr. Dean Pesnell, SDO project leader at NASA Goddard.
The new stamp set contains 10 SDO images.
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