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Our Sun like you've never seen it before [Space]
posted February 14 2013 22:46.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory was launch in 2010 aiming to study the sun and its behavior. Since then, the images and data we've received have exceeded everyone's hopes and expectations.
The ultimate goal of the SDO is to develop the scientific understanding necessary to address those aspects of the sun-Earth system that directly affect our lives and society.

Here is an astonishing video from our sun!

[Link: SpaceRip]

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