Hey, Space Placers!
Enjoy this decompressing assist video in a dark room with a comfortable chair.
It is our star over 30 days as described by Dr. Michael West, Lowell Observatory:
There's a mesmerizing new timelapse video you might enjoy. It shows a month in the life of our Sun as hot gas erupts and dances on its surface, guided upward along delicate arcs created by intense magnetic fields. This 44-minute video is set to some lovely ethereal music that makes the whole experience downright meditative.
The video was made by Seán Doran, who remastered and rescaled 78,846 photos of our star captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO). SDO has been monitoring the Sun's activity and its impact on Earth since its launch in 2010.
If you'd like to watch this video just click on the link at the top. Then kick back and marvel at the beauty of this magnificent cosmos. If you enjoy this, you can find other astronomy-themed timelapse videos on Seán Doran's YouTube channel.
Sky Guy in VA
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