NASA celebrates the new year, shares spectacular images of the sun spewing fire from the sun

NASA has shared an incredible image of the Sun emitting a spark.

As we head into the new year, NASA has shared a breathtaking image of the Sun, calling it “the star of the show!” This is so because the Earth has started a new orbit around the Sun. “Happy New Year from the star of the show that made all of this possible, as we begin a new orbit around the Sun, 93 million miles (150 million km) from Earth,” NASA said. know together with a dynamic image of our Sun. more than 4.5 billion years old. While sharing some rough facts, NASA says that the Sun is the center of our solar system, is 865,000 miles wide and has a core with a maximum temperature of 27 million degrees Fahrenheit or 15 million degrees Celsius. notice, it is the Sun that holds our solar system together.

A fleet of spacecraft, including the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured this fiery view of Sun, monitor it continuously. To track the Sun, the Solar Observatory orbits Earth follows a geosynchronous pattern, which means that it maintains a figure-eight path over New Mexico’s longitude. Due to its orbit, SDO is constantly within the line of sight of radio antennas on Earth. NASA says that “it also enters the bi-annual eclipse season when the spacecraft glides behind the Earth for up to 72 minutes each day, obscuring the Sun with Earth’s shadow as seen here.”

Shared image of the Sun emitting solar flares, which are powerful bursts of energy thrown into space. If it’s headed towards Earth, it could even affect radio communications, power grids, navigation signals, and pose a serious risk to spacecraft and astronauts. “Black space surrounding the Sun, glowing and swirling with red, orange and yellow spots and covered by the Earth’s shadow. The eruptions detect the edges of the star, sending matter into space,” NASA said in describing the image.

Do you know?

The volume of the Sun would require 1.3 million Earths to fill it! Its gravity holds the solar system together, keeping everything from the largest planets to the tiniest debris in orbit around it. The hottest part of the Sun is its core, where temperatures reach 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (15 million degrees Celsius). The activity of the Sun, from its powerful eruptions to the steady stream of charged particles it emits, affects the nature of space throughout the solar system.


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