NASA's Time-lapse Video of Sun Covering 22 Years of its Journey is a Work of Art


Screenshot from video shared by NASA Goddard on YouTube.
Screenshot from video shared by NASA Goddard on YouTube.

NASA has released a spectacular visual treat for space enthusiasts by dropping a time-lapse video of our moody sun covering the last couple of decades. The video was released to mark the 25th anniversary of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) on December 2, 2020.


The video was released showcasing a nearly 50 minute long video of the sun blasting out solar material from 1998 through 2020.


In an official statement on Wednesday, the ESA said that the video shows the sun turning and background stars whirling by proving how constant the stream of material is that is blasted in all directions, known as the solar wind.


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