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NASA shares a 10-year time lapse of our sun


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NASA released a truly epic video on Wednesday that compiles 10 years of the Solar Dynamics Observatory's views of our star. Each second represents a day, and it takes over an hour to travel across time from June 2, 2010 to June 1, 2020.

https://www.cnet.com/news/watch-nasas-epic-10-year-time-lapse-of-our-sun-blazing-in-the-heavens/?

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I've been patiently waiting for a few weeks for the inspiration of what color will be the next flavor in my 'monochrome flow' series of paintings.

Thank you for sharing this... Inspiration has settled and the next series will be featuring gold.

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Not much activity in recent months compared to 01/01/2015 onwards

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Beautiful, powerful and scary, the sun, the only god that i see creating and destroying our existence.

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On 7/2/2020 at 4:53 AM, MissJatti said:

Not much activity in recent months compared to 01/01/2015 onwards

The solar minimum is in effect.  The 11/22 year cycles predicted it, while it is a little more quiet than expected, it is still considered normal activity. Space weathers website is a great place to keep an eye on our Great big ball of burning gas (Pumba-> lion king) in the sky. 

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On 7/9/2020 at 11:44 AM, Jon the frog said:

Beautiful, powerful and scary, the sun, the only god that i see creating and destroying our existence.

Also protects our existence. The magnetic field it produces protects us from a ton of cosmic radiations and GRB’s.  

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