Thu, Nov 05, 2015, 10:13 AM
NASA has released 30 minutes high-definition video of Sun. The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has made the video with the images and data captured by it. The SDO was designed to capture images of Sun once every 12 seconds from an inclined geosynchronous orbit. The newly-released video displays solar activity in all ten of the captured wavelengths, each of which is represented in a different color, and serves as a visual representation of NASA's mission to understand Earth. According to NASA, it took 300 man-hours to create the video which is eight times the resolution of standard HD video.