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NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of a solar flare as seen in the bright flash in the top right portion of the image March 30 2022.

Significant Solar Flare Erupted From Sun on March 30, 2022

Significant Solar Flare Erupted From Sun on March 30, 2022 and was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory.

The Sun as seen by Solar Orbiter in extreme ultraviolet light from a distance of roughly 75 million kilometres. The image is a mosaic of 25 individual images taken on 7 March by the high resolution telescope of the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI) instrument. An image of Earth is also included for scale, at the 2 o’clock position. Credit: ESA & NASA/Solar Orbiter/EUI team; Data processing: E. Kraaikamp (ROB)

New images of the Sun in unprecedented detail

Observe these New images of the Sun in unprecedented detail captured by the Solar Oribiter on March 7, 2022, when it was crossing between the Sun & Earth.

Image of Venus by WISPR instrument on board the Parker Solar Probe during its fly by

Podcast Episode 44 – Earth’s Evil Twin Has New Images

New Podcast Episode on Earth's Evil Twin Venus, which Has New Images taken by the WISPR instrument aboard NASA's Parker Solar Probe.

Two images of Venus one taken by WISPR on the Parker Solar Probe and the other by Magellan

Venus – Earth’s Evil Twin has New Images

Venus is known as Earth's Evil Twin and it has New Images taken by NASA's Parker Solar Probe as it flew by the planet. Venus is inhospitable for life as we know it but Phosphine, possible indicator of...

Parker solar probe enters suns atmosphere for the first time ever. Credit: NASA

A spacecraft touches the Sun for the first time

A spacecraft touches the Sun for the first time when the Parkar Solar Probe entered the upper atmosphere of our star and is making new discoveries.

Magnetospere Standing Waves. Posted by 360onhistory.com

Waves that stand at the edge of Earth’s magnetosphere

Waves that stand at the edge of Earth's magnetosphere. Instead of moving with the solar wind they are standing still potentially impacting space weather.

Venus, Earth and Mars photo taken by NASA/ESA Solar Orbiter

Photo of Venus, Earth, And Mars Together Taken by Solar Orbiter

Photo of Venus, Earth And Mars Together, Taken by NASA & ESA's Solar Orbiter. This complex laboratory is on its way to the Sun, to take images

This split image shows the difference between an active Sun during solar maximum (on the left, captured in April 2014) and a quiet Sun during solar minimum (on the right, captured in December 2019). December 2019 marks the beginning of Solar Cycle 25, and the Sun’s activity will once again ramp up until solar maximum, predicted for 2025. Credits: NASA/SDO

Solar Cycle 25 has arrived

Solar Cycle 25 has arrived. The Sun goes through an 11 year cycle moving from solar minimum to solar maximum. The maximum will be in 2025

Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope Close-up Images of the Sun

Fantastic Close Up of the Sun | Video

Check out the video: The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope has just produced the highest resolution image of the Sun’s surface ever taken.

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