This is the first sunspot image taken by the NSF’s Inouye Solar Telescope’s Wave Front Correction context viewer.
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory watches a sunspot, an area of intense and complex magnetic field on the Sun.
Sun partially eclipsed on the top left by the Moon is also seen eclipsed by earthlings contemplating the eclipse below. Image credit Steven Gilbert
Staring at the sun. NASA/SDO revealed this amazing image showing coronal loops seen over a sunspot group.
A stunning image of the Sun in ultraviolet light, shown in a red hue as taken by the orbiting Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).
Researchers at NASA and its university partners are using supercomputer to simulate Sun’s magnetic field loops, to learn how they emerge, heat the sun’s outer
Sun’s Solar active region AR2192 produced a whopping six energetic X-class flares at the end of October, the largest recorded sunspot group of the last
Shown above is a UPS MD-11 jet caught in front of the Sun during the 2012 transit of Venus, the black dot on the right
Giant Sunspot AR 2192 taking place during the partial solar eclipse, captured in this sharp telescopic image from October 22nd. Image © >Randall Shivak and
The largest sunspot group of the solar cycle unleashed a large (X1.2 class) flare just when it was facing right towards Earth (Jan. 7, 2014).