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The Close Photo Of Sun Ever Taken And What Was Found

The development of technology has made life more simpler. New things are created at all times of the day and night. Scientists and researchers have employed cutting-edge technology to capture a clear image of the sun rather than viewing it via a translucent mirror. The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope in Hawaii was used to capture images of the sun.

These images captured the sun's appearance as well as the surroundings.

The project's principal investigator, Daniel Muller, said that they had never traveled that close to the sun with a conventional camera. You can notice that the sun is surrounded by a yellow-brown tone when you look at the photographs. Individual plasma cells make up this layer, which rises and falls. Researchers claim that the sun's atmosphere is far hotter than the sun's surface.

Studies have revealed that the various minute events that take place everywhere around the sun release a lot of energy, which has long caused many concerns. Following an interaction with the plasma of the sun, this energy raises air temperatures.


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