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These 14 Images Of The Sun May Be The Most Spectacular Ever Snapped

This "mosaic" image, also captured on January 19, 2015, shows the sun in multiple wavelengths.

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"You wander from room to room hunting for the diamond necklace that is already around your neck." — Rumi

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Eclipse (by Simon Christen)In alignment with the Sun and the Moon. Annular eclipse 2012 shot from Mt. Shasta in California.

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On August 31, 2012 the Sun threw a major tantrum. It started with a vast arc of material towering over its surface, a stream of plasma flowing between two sunspots. Sometimes these collapse back down to the Suns surface, but this one exploded, blasting hundreds of millions of tons of material out into space. SDO captured this ridiculously awesome picture of the arc just before it erupted!

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Following the Sun: Crash Course Kids #8.2 Have you ever wondered why your shadow is longer sometimes and shorter others? It turns out it all has to do with that marvelous big ball of light in the sky; The Sun! By: Crash Course Kids. Support at:

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Early learners are sure to love these introductory videos on the concept of the solar system. This series features high quality music and animation that will instantly engage kids, and which teachers will enjoy watching as well. Each video states facts about its subject in a catchy song to aid kids in retaining the information and exciting them to discover more.

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I’d give you the sun, moon, and stars if I could…

At the right time both the sun and moon are there in the sky together. I wonder if that would ever happen with us??

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The sun is WAY bigger than that. About 63.4 MILLION moons could fit in the sun, and the sun is over 92 million miles away. You cant just spiel random space facts off and expect people to just take your word for it. More

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The Sun in extreme ultraviolet light, as seen by the SDO observatory in February, 2014.

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