With the development of technology, things have gotten a lot easier. At all times of the day and night, people come up with new ideas. Instead of looking at the sun through a cloudy mirror, scientists and researchers have been able to take a clear picture of the sun using new technology. The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope in Hawaii was used to take pictures of the sun. These pictures showed what the sun looks like and what is around it.
When asked, the project's lead scientist, Daniel Muller, said that a regular camera had never been that close to the sun before. When you look at the pictures, you'll see a yellow-brown color around the sun. This is a layer made up of plasma cells that move up and down. Researchers say that the sun's atmosphere is much hotter than the surface of the sun. This has always caused a lot of worry, but studies have shown that a lot of energy is given off by the many small events that happen all around the sun. This energy then interacts with the sun's plasma, which raises the temperature of the atmosphere.
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