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NASA Releases a 5-Year Time Lapse Video of Sun From 2010 to 2015

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released a five-year time-lapse telecast of Sun which features movements and changes on Sun’s atmosphere.

The space administration released their telecast as they mark the firth year of NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory or SDO which records and captures images of sun per second.

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In February 11, 2010, it has been reported that sun made series of explosions and eruptions which is said that might affect the Earth. Fortunately, those happenings did not triggered. SDO is released to the public yearly. But what you will see in the video is a compilation of what happened on the Sun’s atmosphere from 2010 up to the present.

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