The video can be viewed as “boiling” plasma in large solar cells.

American solar telescope DKIST, located in Hawaii, made the most detailed in the history of images of the surface of the Sun. As reported by Scientific American, they are the first visible objects of up to 30 kilometers, writes the magazine “the Knife”.

See the Sun like never before! @NSF’s Inouye Solar Telescope first produces detailed images of the sun’s surface. https://t.co/c3SPB6gg8w #SolarVision2020

📷: @NatSolarObs/ @AURADC/ NSF pic.twitter.com/1GP2rwkVG0

National Science Foundation (@NSF) January 29, 2020

New pictures presented to the press service of the National science Foundation (NSF): it has published photos and video of the stellar surface. The video can be viewed as “boiling” plasma in large solar cells.

The NSF’s Inouye Solar Telescope provides an unprecedented close-ups of the sun’s surface, but ultimately it will measure the sun’s corona – total solar eclipse no required. 😎

More: https://t.co/UsOrXJHaY1 #SolarVision2020 pic.twitter.com/DO0vf9ZzKC

National Science Foundation (@NSF) January 29, 2020

Images of the solar surface, scientists need to know the device features of the magnetic field. Information about it will help to predict solar storms, and explain exactly how arise solar cataclysms that could destroy life on Earth.


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