A team of media specialists spent about 10 hours to create 1 minute of this video, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to NASA.
The sun sends out a constant flow of particles called the solar wind, and it occasionally erupts with giant clouds of solar material, called coronal mass ejections, or explosions of X-rays called solar flares. These events can rattle our space environment out to the very edges of our solar system.
Presented in ultra-high definition, the video presents the dance of the ultra-hot material on our life-giving star in extraordinary detail, offering an intimate view of the grand forces of the solar system.
SDO captures images of the sun in 10 different wavelengths, each of which helps highlight a different temperature of solar material. In this video, you can see images of the sun in unprecedented detail.
It should be recalled that the space agency will start the briefing on Thursday at 2 p.m. EST (1900 GMT) to “announce new findings on fate of Mars’ atmosphere.”