Saturday, 9 June 2012

NASA releases new images of the solar eclipse


NASA has released images of the solar eclipse which took place during the month of May, taken by the Hinode satellite in stationary orbit around the Sun.

The Hinode satellite provides images of images of the sun in the same light that we would get from Earth to the naked eye, except that the satellite is between 280 km and 686 km from the Sun depending on the period. He was able to obtain new images of the solar eclipse of May 20, which has mainly been observed since the United States.

These images were published by NASA, and a video showing the moon passing directly between Earth and Sun. Scientists believe these images will improve the quality of the telescope used, allowing to study more precisely the solar corona and the solar atmosphere and its structure. NASA releases new images of the solar eclipse

NASA has released images of the solar eclipse which took place during the month of May, taken by the Hinode satellite in stationary orbit around the Sun.

The Hinode satellite provides images of the sun in the same light that we would get from Earth to the naked eye, except that the satellite is between 280 km and 686 km from the Sun depending on the period . He was able to obtain new images of the solar eclipse of May 20, which has mainly been observed since the United States. These images were published by NASA, and a video showing the moon passing directly between Earth and Sun. Scientists believe these images will improve the quality of the telescope used, allowing to study more precisely the solar corona and the solar atmosphere and its structure.

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