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Angry Sun Erupting (Mar 14 2012) IMAGE CREDIT & COPYRIGHT: Alan Friedman (www.avertedimagin...) It's one of the baddest sunspot regions in years. Active Region 1429 may not only look, to some, like an angry bird -- it has thrown off some of the most powerful flares and coronal mass ejections of the current solar cycle. The extended plumes from these explosions have even rained particles on the Earth's magnetosphere that have resulted in colorful auroras. #astronomy

When Venus Rises with the Sun (June 8 2012) Image Credit & Copyright: Emil Ivanov This dramatic telephoto view across the Black Sea on June 6 finds Venus rising with the Sun, the planet in silhouette against a ruddy and ragged solar disk. Of course, the reddened light is due to scattering in planet Earth's atmosphere and the rare transit of Venus didn't influence the strangely shaped and distorted Sun. In fact, seeing the Sun in the shape of an Etruscan Vase is relatively common (..) #astronomy

  • Evelyn James

    Wow. Seeing nature makes me think "what an Awesome God".

  • Krosis

    Good for you. Seeing nature makes me think 'what awesome Nature!'

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A Solar Filament Erupts (Sept 17 2012) Image Credit: NASA's GSFC, SDO AIA Team Explanation: What's happened to our Sun? Nothing very unusual -- it just threw a filament. At the end of last month, a long standing solar filament suddenly erupted into space producing an energetic Coronal Mass Ejection (CME). The filament had been held up for days by the Sun's ever changing magnetic field and the timing of the eruption was unexpected. #sun #space #astronomy

  • Denna Gaskill

    Wow absolutely amazing. You hear about these things but to now be able to see them. Awesome!

Aurora at Iceland, March 2012

Anticrepuscular Rays Over Wyoming

lunar halos, Spain