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“Spellbinding Timelapse Unveils the Breathtaking Splendor of the Sun”

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This can be a timelapse of the solar over 16 days in October. It was made by the Photo voltaic Dynamics Observatory, who mixed over 17,000 photographs to create the timelapse. The superstar of the video is the large sunspot that begins out of view on the far proper and slowly makes its method all the best way throughout the solar to the far left by the top of the video (spewing out a bunch of scrumptious large photo voltaic flares alongside the best way). It’s the biggest sunspot since 1990—you’d must line up 10 Earths aspect by aspect to stretch throughout the entire thing.

Usually, the solar is so large that for those who put the US onto the floor, it could barely be seen on this video it could be so tiny. Be sure that to look at in full display screen. (through Kottke)

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