[Vídeo] Un Sol multicolor nunca visto antes [Vídeo] Un Sol multicolor nunca visto antes El siguiente vídeo del Sol, construido a partir de los datos del Observatorio de Dinámica Solar de la NASA, (SDO por sus siglas en inglés) muestra la amplia gama de longitudes de onda que el telescopio puede captar. El SDO convierte dichas longitudes de onda en una imagen visible para los ojos humanos, formando una espectacular imagen multicolor de nuestro Sol. Cada longitud de onda de la luz representa material solar a distintas temperaturas y transmite información sobre los diferentes componentes de la superficie y la atmósfera del Sol. Los científicos las han utilizado para pintar un cuadro completo que muestra el constante cambio de la estrella. La luz amarilla (a 5800 Angstroms), por ejemplo, procede del material a unos 5.700ºC y representa la superficie del Sol.
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World Sunlight Map

Watch the sun rise and set all over the world on this real-time, computer-generated illustration of the earth's patterns of sunlight and darkness. The clouds are updated daily with current weather satellite imagery. The Mercator projection used here is one way of looking at the spherical earth as a flat map. Used since the 16th century for navigation, straight lines on this map can be used accurately as compass bearings but the size and shape of continents are distorted. Compare this with Peters, Mollweide or equirectangular projection maps.
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Solar Stormwatch: La nave espacial STEREO Solar Stormwatch: La nave espacial STEREO STEREO is scientists’ latest mission to study the Sun and space weather – not clouds and rain, but how solar storms change conditions in space and on Earth. Its two spacecraft – STEREO Ahead and STEREO Behind – have all the kit needed for detailed detective work. And with your help STEREO’s unique images will help to solve solar mysteries.
SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids LYRID METEOR SHOWER: Earth is approaching a stream of debris from ancient Comet Thatcher, source of the annual Lyrid Meteor Shower. Usually the shower is mild (10-20 meteors per hour) but unmapped filaments of dust in the comet's tail sometimes trigger outbursts ten times stronger. Forecasters expect this year's peak, however strong it may be, to occur on April 22nd. [meteor gallery] M7-CLASS SOLAR FLARE (UPDATED): Sunspot AR2036 erupted on April 18th at 1307 UT, producing a strong M7-class solar flare.

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