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Weird magnetic threads in sun’s corona seen for the first time


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Weird magnetic threads in sun’s corona seen for the first time

New images reveal threads of ultra-hot gas woven throughout the sun’s corona, in the most detailed look at previously unseen parts of the atmosphere of our closest star Space 22 April 2020 By Gege Li NASA High Resolution Coronal Imager Image NASA High Resolution Coronal Imager SCORCHING hot and blazing bright, this extraordinary image of…

Weird magnetic threads in sun’s corona seen for the first time

New images reveal threads of ultra-hot gas woven throughout the sun’s corona, in the most detailed look at previously unseen parts of the atmosphere of our closest star



Space



22 April 2020

By Gege Li

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NASA High Resolution Coronal Imager

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NASA High Resolution Coronal Imager

SCORCHING hot and blazing bright, this extraordinary image of the sun’s corona reveals previously unseen parts of the atmosphere of our closest star.

This isn’t our first glimpse of the sun’s surface in recent months. In January, for example, we saw it in unprecedented detail thanks to images taken by the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope in Hawaii, the largest of its kind in the world.

But this latest picture is our closest look yet at the sun’s corona, its ultra-hot outer layer. It was captured by an …

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