Sun is the first important thing in our solar system. Without obtaining data for a long time, predicting or guessing about the sun is not accurate. NASA released a video which shows the sun over the last ten years.
Sun is a main-sequence star, among 100 billion stars in our galaxy.
Its surface rotates once every 25.4 days; near the poles, it’s as much as 36 days.
This video consists of the one-hour long time-lapse video taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spacecraft. It includes the detail of dramatic events in the sun, such as solar eruptions on the sun’s surface and shows the passage of transiting planets across its face.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory is a NASA mission that has been observing the sun since 2010. Launched on February 11, 2010.
The dark frames in video captured because of the Earth or Moon eclipsed SDO as they passed between the spacecraft and the sun.
The dark frames in video captured because of the Earth or Moon eclipsed SDO as they passed between the spacecraft and the sun. AS per the NASA, the information gathered through this footage enhances the discoveries about the closest star. And Further, it develops the studies of the sun’s influencing power to the solar system.
You can watch it below. Isn’t this beautiful