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NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory: Year 4

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Switch this video to HD full screen and marvel at the incredible detail in which we can now observe the sun, our closest star. This video is filled with year four highlights from the Solar Dynamics Laboratory (SDO), and it’s incredible.

Previously, the Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO), and Jewel Box Sun: how SDO converts the wide range of invisible wavelengths into colorized images that our human eyes can see.

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