10-Year Timelapse of the Sun Made from 425 Million Images

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NASA has released a new timelapse titled “A Decade of Sun,” and it is what it is:

A view of the sun for a period of ten years

The time lapse made use if 425 million images captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).

The taking of these images of the sun began since Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) started monitoring the sun in 2010, NASA has created a timelapse of the sun in which every second represents one day.

The final creation lasts for a hour, showing every day of our sun’s existence between June 2nd, 2010 and June 2nd 2020.

Check out the time lapse below:





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