Fiery Looping Rain on the Sun

The video is, in fact, a timelapse. SDO collected one frame every 12 seconds. It is presented here at 30 FPS, so every second corresponds to six minutes of real-time. according to NASA, corresponds to solar material at a temperature of around 50,000 Kelvin (that’s close to 90,000 degrees Fahrenheit, for those wondering). Read more on I09

If you are interested in the current development of sciences and computer technology, visit! I always enjoy reading these new developments 🙂  Thank you, Sparkonit! 


28 thoughts on “Fiery Looping Rain on the Sun

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  2. What a dynamic post dear Amy !!! I have just finished watching the compelling NASA video and still feel dazzled by the flares and the spectacular looping rain ! When our life-giving sun becomes hyper-active it produces flamboyant phenomena.
    Moreover,the Gorski Kotar night sky is totally celestial !!!
    I’ve tweeted away the looping rain for my Twitter friends to enjoy ✿ ✿ ✿
    Thanks also for the link;it has most informative and captivating material !


    • It makes me wonder how scientist could build and sent the device to sun and captured the view …. Glad you like sparkonit. I like to read his posts 🙂


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