Moment in which the moon photographs the NASA observation satellite’s view...

The moon stole the show from the sun during its lunar transit.

Astronomers observing the gas ball caught the moon photo bombing their footage on October 16 as it passed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory and the sun.

The transit lasted approximately 50 minutes, and at its height the moon covered 44 percent of the fiery surface.

Although the moon interrupted their view, scientists were able to capture images of two regions on the sun that appear to be active due to the start of Solar Cycle 25.

NASA announced in September that “solar cycle 25 has begun,” which occurs when the sun transitions from one of its 11-year cycles of activity to another.

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The moon stole the show from the sun during its lunar transit. Astronomers observing the gas ball captured the moon’s photo bomb material as it passed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory and the sun on October 16

The solar cycle influences the activity on the solar surface, e.g. B. Sunspots caused by the sun’s magnetic fields.

At the end of the cycle, however, the sun falls back to the solar minimum and then a new cycle begins.

The latest 25 solar cycle appears to have started in December 2019, and experts say it will peak in 2025.

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has been observing the massively shining star for a decade and takes pictures of it every 0.75 seconds.

“This apparent space crossing, known as the lunar transit, took about 50 minutes between 3:05 p.m. and 3:53 p.m. ET,” NASA said in a statement

The transit lasted approximately 50 minutes, and at its height the moon covered 44 percent of the fiery surface

The transit lasted approximately 50 minutes, and at its height the moon covered 44 percent of the fiery surface

The transit lasted approximately 50 minutes, and at its height the moon covered 44 percent of the fiery surface

And the last movement conquered the moon, which was making its lunar transit.

“This apparent space crossing, known as the lunar transit, took about 50 minutes between 3:05 pm and 3:53 pm ET,” NASA said in a statement.

At its peak, the moon covered approximately 44% of the sun. During this time, the moon also covered two of the spacecraft’s fine control sensors, causing its view of the sun to shake slightly. ‚

“The spaceship, or SDO for short, regained its stable view shortly after the end of the transit.”

Just days before NASA announced that Solar Cycle 25 had begun, researchers in Europe took a close look at intricate structures only 30 miles in diameter on the fiery surface of the Sun.

Although the moon interrupted their view, scientists were able to capture images of two regions on the sun that appear to be active due to the start of Solar Cycle 25

Although the moon interrupted their view, scientists were able to capture images of two regions on the sun that appear to be active due to the start of Solar Cycle 25

Although the moon interrupted their view, scientists were able to capture images of two regions on the sun that appear to be active due to the start of Solar Cycle 25

With the largest telescope in Europe, GREGOR, the scientists captured impressive details of sunspot evolution and the complex design of solar plasma.

These are the highest resolution images that a European telescope has observed. The team traces them back to new optics with which the magnetic fields, convection, solar flares and sunspots of the massive star – unlike ever before – can be examined in detail.

The photos show solar magnetic fields captured at a wavelength of 516 nanometers and sunspots at 430 nanometers. Astronomers say it is “like seeing a needle on a soccer field perfectly sharp from a kilometer away.”

Just days before NASA announced that Solar Cycle 25 had begun, researchers in Europe shared intricate structures only 30 miles in diameter on the fiery surface of the sun at close range

Just days before NASA announced that Solar Cycle 25 had begun, researchers in Europe shared intricate structures only 30 miles in diameter on the fiery surface of the sun at close range

Just days before NASA announced that Solar Cycle 25 had begun, researchers in Europe took a close look at intricate structures only 30 miles in diameter on the sun’s fiery surface

In either case, hot plasma rises in the bright center of the cell before cooling and sinking back into the star to form dark trails that can be seen by GREGOR. Some have compared it to the look of popcorn

In either case, hot plasma rises in the bright center of the cell before cooling and sinking back into the star to form dark trails that can be seen by GREGOR. Some have compared it to the look of popcorn

In either case, hot plasma rises in the bright center of the cell before cooling and sinking back into the star to form dark trails that can be seen by GREGOR – some have compared it to the appearance of popcorn

Our star is covered in numerous cell-like structures – each the size of the state of Texas – that are the product of the violent convective motions that carry heat upward from within the sun.

In either case, hot plasma rises in the bright center of the cell before cooling and sinking back into the star to form dark trails that can be seen by GREGOR – some have compared it to the appearance of popcorn.

Dr. Lucia Kleint, who led the project and the German solar telescopes in Tenerife, said: “This was a very exciting but also extremely challenging project. In just one year, we have completely redesigned the optics, mechanics and electronics to achieve the best possible image quality. ‚

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