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Sun-Earth Day 2008: Space Weather Around the World

Sun-Earth Day 2008: Space Weather Around the World

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A model of the solar interior  based on data from a solar seismometer. The hot core is false-colored blue to turquoise to highlight its changing properties. (Courtesy - SoHO)

A model of the solar interior based on data from a solar seismometer. The hot core is false-colored blue to turquoise to highlight its changing properties. (Courtesy - SoHO)

This image appears in the #59: Where did all the Neutrinos go? Technology Through Time article.

Space Weather Fact

Solar flares can sometimes heat the solar surface to temperatures of 80 million °F - far hotter that the sun's core!

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