Presentation on theme: "The Sun in all its Glory Here is a look at the sun using many different scanning techniques, as well as different Lenses."— Presentation transcript:
The Sun in all its Glory Here is a look at the sun using many different scanning techniques, as well as different Lenses.
Life cycle of the sun 10 byo Gravity induced ball of gas 9 byo gravity has shaped the star As seen today 5 byo into the future, a super red giant
This is a picture taken using sound waves to show surface and interior rotation of the sun.
This is a live picture using a filter to show what is taking place around the Suns surface.
A shot of the sun using a mid heat filter. Where we see the dark blue temp. are about 18,000 degrees F.
This filter shows the suns photosphere where the temp. is about 10,000 degrees F.
With this filter The corona is displayed at temperatures exceeding 1 million degrees F.
A look at the suns solar winds. To see this they have placed a disk into the telescope to limit the light from the sun
Sunspot Granules A close up look at the Suns surface. We are actually seeing bubbles of energy, each are about the size of Texas, that are rapidly boiling to the suns surface. These bubbles are called Granules,
A beautiful display of solar radiation erupting from the suns surface.
Shots of the electromagnetic fields which erupt moments before a large solar flare
Here is a magnificent example of a large solar flare following a magnetic eruption.
Here is a look at the suns surface through three different chemical filters.
A first hand look at the violence of the eruptions off the surface of the Sun.
This is a series of photographs showing a giant electromagnetic Mass Coronal eruption
This is a look at the sun through three chemical filters at once showing heat differences. Green is the coolest while red is the hottest.
A close up view of a solar prominence erupting and then returning to the suns surface this happens due to the Suns incredible Gravitational pull.
The Photosphere The Mid Chromosphere The upper Chromosphere The Corona Sunspots This is a layered set of images showing the heat of the different layers. Green is the coolest at 10,000 degrees F, while red is the hottest at over a million degrees F.
The Sun is the giver of life for our planet. All of the energy that we have to use comes from the Sun. This was the beginning of life for the Earth and in the end it will also be the end of life for the Earth.
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