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Space Photos of the Week: Sun spotting



It is rare to see the extreme close of our sun, but this photo gives us a chance to see. This part of the sun is called the chromosome, which is the second of the three layers of stars. You can see skinny filaments and lighter areas, so-called black sunspots Pledges, "Beach." Is derived from the French word for Sunspots are temporary features, sometimes lasting only one day, and sometimes the sun is shining with it, while other times it is completely messy. Interestingly, dark sunspots are cooler than surrounding areas – they are formed because the magnetic fields are twisted on each other, essentially cutting off the flow of gas and cooling the region.

a. De Burgos / ESA / ESAC / CESAR


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