The video shows the ascent and fall in movement that happens as a component of the Sun’s 11-year sunlight based cycle and remarkable occasions, such as traveling planets and ejections.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has released a 10-year period for the Sun prepared from data collected by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
SDO, which has been monitoring the Sun’s orbit for more than a decade now, captures the image of the Sun every 0.75 seconds, according to a local news agency. “The SDO has collected approximately 425 million photos of the Sun, amassing 20 million data over the past 10 years. This information has given us a number of new capabilities for our near star operation and how they are impacting the solar system,” NASA said in a statement.
The video shows the rise and fall of activity occurring as part of the 11-year solar cycle and notable events such as planetary orbiting.
However, even though the SDO kept its eye on the Sun, it lost for a few seconds. “The black frames in this video are caused by Earth or the Moon eclipsing SDO as it passes between spacecraft and the Sun. The long shutdown in 2016 was caused by a temporary problem with the AIA tool that was successfully resolved a week later. it balances its tools, ”says the space agency.
The music in this video was composed by German artist Lars Leonhard.
NASA’s SDO mission was launched in 2010 to understand the origin of the Sun’s energy, how the Sun’s interior works and how energy is stored and released in the Sun’s atmosphere. SDO is the first satellite under the Living Star (LWS) program in NASA.