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Solar Flare from Sun Eruption (NASA)

Solar Flare from Sun Eruption (NASA) <- Looks like someone reaching out.

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Magnificent CME Erupts on the Sun - August 31 On August 2012 a long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the sun's atmosphere, the corona, erupted out into space at p. The coronal mass ejection, or CME, traveled at over

Solar emissions

Sun Sizzles in High-Energy X-Rays

X-Rays from our Sun High-energy solar emissions can be seen in blue and green protruding from solar gasses. NASA has been studying these solar X-rays in detail with it’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array sense In this image, NuSTAR data was.

Nébuleuse du Fantôme

The Ghost Nebula, spanning two light-years, and 2000 light-years distant from Earth. Credit: Hubble Heritage Team As I'm still working on the lovely star-blessed tsentr, Neala, I found this to be most inspiring.

Solar flare, one of many, recently. 4/16

A beautiful prominence eruption shot off the east limb (left side) of the sun on April This image was captured by NASA’s SDO satellite.

A stream of highly charged particles from the sun is headed straight toward Earth, threatening to plunge cities around the world into darkness and bring the global economy screeching to a halt. This isn't the premise of the latest doomsday thriller. Massive solar storms have happened before – and another one is likely to occur soon.

How a solar flare could send us back to the Stone Age

The sun unleashed a beautiful prominence eruption from its east limb (left side) on Monday, April Here, the solar flare was seen by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. (NASA/GSFC/SDO) PrevNextGo to page 1

#SolarProminence - Searing hot loops of plasma radiate from the edge of our local star— the sun in a phenomenon known as a solar prominence. Emanating from the sun’s outer shell, from which light is emitted, prominences extend to the corona, which is the aura of the plasma surrounding it. A typical prominence covers over thousands of kilometers, with the largest ever recorded estimated to be over 800,000 kilometers, equalling roughly the radius of the sun itself

- Searing hot loops of plasma radiate from the edge of our local star— the sun in a phenomenon known as a solar prominence. Emanating from the sun’s outer shell, from which light is emitted, prominences extend to the corona, which is the

Pulsar: "Black Widow," is moving through the galaxy at a speed of almost a million kilometers per hour. A bow shock wave due to this motion is visible to optical telescopes, shown in this image as the greenish crescent shape. The pressure behind the bow shock creates a second shock wave that sweeps the cloud of high-energy particles back from the pulsar to form the cocoon.

The “Black Widow” pulsar moves at a speed of KM/hr. A bow shock wave is the greenish crescent shape. The pressure behind the bow shock creates a second shock wave that sweeps the cloud of high-energy particles back from the pulsar to form the cocoon.

Ring of Fire -- Solar Eruption on the Surface of the Sun

Ring of Fire, Solar Dynamics Observatory’s Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) shows a solar prominence taken from a March 2010 eruption.

These space Halloween costumes are out of this world!

19 Solar System Costumes That Are Out of This World

18 solar system projects for kids - These are such creative science projects for kids of all ages to explore planets, space, the sun and more!

18 Solar System Projects

18 solar system projects for kids - Creative science projects for kids of all ages to explore planets, space, the sun and more!

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