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Solar Physics - The Sun right now!

With space-based observatories providing continuous coverage, it is now possible to observe the Sun 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Below you can see the latest observations of the Sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory.

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Place your mouse over one of the thumbnails to change the main image, and click on a thumbnail to see a higher-resolution version.

top of page Header Image : Simulated Nanoparticle (Marco Pinna, Joe Smerdon), Solar disk with SDO (NASA UClan SDO archive), V838 Monocerotis (NASA/STScl), NGC7424 (Gemini Observatory), M74 (NASA Hubble Space Telescope) NASA,and ESA ; and solar plume courtesy of SOHO /EIT consortium

Author: DS Brown, Last Updated: 17 January 2014, 16:05


 
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