NASA Took 300 Hours To Record SUN Movements Watch VIDEO

NASA Took 300 Hours to Record SUN Movements.

Every Twelve seconds, NASA solar Dynamics Observatory images the sun in ten wavelengths of invisible ultravioletlight. Each wavelenght is assigned a unique color and every image is eight times the resolution of HD video.

The 30-minute film features a soundtrack from German composer Lars Leonhard titled ‘Deep Venture,’ and, as NASA puts it “presents the nuclear fire of our life-giving star in intimate detail, offering new perspective into our own relationships with grand forces of the solar system.” So sit back and enjoy the most detailed video yet of the giant ball of energy at the center of our solar system.


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