NASA has released a stunning timelapse video showing the sun over the course of a year.
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The dancing lights of the aurora providing spectacular views, created by incoming energy and particles from the sun, captured by astronauts on the Space Station.
After 20 years in space, ESA and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, or SOHO, is still going strong. Watch the video…
The Sun. It’s always shining, always ablaze with light and energy that drive weather, biology and keeps life alive on Earth. Watch the impressive video
A huge dark area across the top of the sun, a coronal hole, a region where the magnetic field is open to interplanetary space, sending
The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, discovered on Sept. 13, 2015, its 3,000th comet, cementing its standing as the greatest comet finder of all time.
This spectacular aurora captured from the Space Station by NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, on June 23, 2015.
The Space Station is flying over a spectacular rare red aurora, generated by a trio of coronal mass ejections from the sun.
Staring at the sun. NASA/SDO revealed this amazing image showing coronal loops seen over a sunspot group.
This stunning expansive fisheye view of ice, Moon with a halo, Jupiter and Aurora was captured at Jökulsárlón Beach, southeast Iceland. Image credit Stéphane Vetter (Nuits