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NASA video showed the "life" of the Sun in ten years

A triad of instruments onboard the SDO has been used to produce the stunning images that have been taken using a specific ultraviolet wavelength that lets astronomers see the Sun's outermost layer - corona. And though NASA's SDO has watched the Sun without respite for 10 years, there are notable anomalies during the time-lapse. The timelapse footage holds much value for the scientists who are interested in knowing about the functioning of the Sun and rise and fall in its activity during ...

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Biggest and brightest 'supermoon' of the year to rise tonight

The Pink Moon has also traditionally been called the Grass Moon, Fish Moon, Egg Moon, Sprouting Grass Moon, Paschal Moon, Hanuman Jayanti or Bak Poya. It's a special occasion, but the change in size and brightness isn't dramatic enough for some people to even notice the difference. April's full moon is known as the "pink moon," and despite some photographer's creative interpretations to the contrary, its color is not actually pink.

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NASA releases stunning 10-year time-lapse of the Sun

In order to capture the Sun's movement, scientists use special devices, such as the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) which is created to keep an eye on the star. According to NASA, the Sun's magnetic field goes through a cycle, called the solar cycle. Apart from the rise and fall in the activity of the Sun, the video might also help space scientists gather new information about the transiting planets and other eruptions in the Solar system .

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Quake measuring 7.7 hits southern Mexico, people run into streets in capital

Mexican Oil said its refinery in Salina Cruz in Oaxaca had been shut down as a precaution after a fire broke out at the plant "that was immediately stifled". We at ANUK have been checking in with supply-side friends in Mexico and California this week as two massive earthquakes hit each region. In the past 35 several years there had been quite a few highly effective quakes in the southern and central pieces of the place, which brought about extensive-scale destruction and hefty casualties.

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Massive Saharan Dust Cloud Will Hit US Shores Tomorrow

The cloud reached the Caribbean on Sunday, and it's reportedly the thickest one seen in the area in decades. Saharan dust has been moving west across the southern Atlantic Ocean and has recently reached the Caribbean Sea. The dust does, however, quell hazardous tropical occurrences such as hurricanes by stifling the moisture needed for these storms. The Saharan Air Layer also leads to vivid sunsets and sunrises because of the way the dust scatters the sun's light.

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Tourists are seen at St. Mark's Square a day before Italy and neighbouring European Union countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus hit the country, in Venice. The ISS also states that the samples of October and November 2019 and have revealed no evidence of the coronavirus in the wastewater. There have been 34,500 coronavirus related deaths in the country with several thousand still infected with the virus.


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