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NASA’s coronal mass ejection images will forever change the way we view the Sun

Kramer Phillips | @KramerPhillips| February 01, 2013

NASA’s coronal mass ejection images will forever change the way we view the Sun

An amazing image is captured of the sun.

NASA has finally released a series of images showing, for the first time, the formation of coronal mass ejections (CME)

The U.S. space agency, working in collaboration with a team of international astronomers, announced the release of the images Friday, saying they had received extreme ultraviolet images from the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) instrument on board NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).

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