Naming the project 'Thermonuclear art', Nasa captured the images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory. There, an image is taken every 12 seconds, in 10 different wavelengths of invisible ultraviolet light. Each of those wavelengths is assigned an individual colour, providing the different sets of images seen in the video. Accompanying the video, Nasa Goddard - the space flight centre - said, "Presented in ultra-high definition video 4K the video 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. The video lasts around 30 minutes, with the above being an accelerated version. You can watch the full version here.
These Stunning 4K Space Videos From NASA Will Help You Escape Earth’s Orbit For a While
Video Archive: Solar System | ESA/Hubble
Taking a moment away from your work to stretch out your mind can be a great way to manage stress, and these NASA videos of our Sun, Moon, and Earth are perfect ways to do so. Buried in our screens, buried under a curtain of artificial light, humans can lose connection with an intangible part of our heritage—looking at a sky filled with planets and stars. Imagining that a nighttime picture from a cosmic observatory is the kind of thing every one of our ancient ancestors saw every time they looked at the night sky is a wild thought. As a species, sungazing is not recommended.
Nasa releases breathtaking footage of the sun in 4K HD
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