U.S. NASA has released a time-lapse video showing the last ten years of the Sun. They recorded as many as 425 million high-definition footage and collected it in an hour-long video.
Stunning video at intervals consists of images of the Sun – Nasa has taken a photo of the Sun every hour for the last ten years. NASA’s Solar Observatory, which had only one task – to stare at the Sun 24 hours a day, seven days a week – collected 425 million images. The first shows the Sun on June 2, 2010, and the last on June 1 this year.
At NASA, they wrote that the collected data contributed to “many new discoveries about the operation of the Sun” , they also caught solar flares, and the North and South Poles were replaced in a decade, the Guardian reports . There are also some blank or black shots in the video, which, according to NASA, were created when the Earth or the Moon passed between SDO and the Sun.
The video is also accompanied by a song by German musician Lars Leonhard , who created the Solar Observe for NASA for the occasion .
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) will monitor the Sun’s operations until 2030.