The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently shared a number of amazing Solar Reproductions that they have never seen before. Despite the fact that there are various photos and videos, the image they just presented is particularly unbelievable.
Using his official Twitter account, the ESA showed that the satellite-based image captured a time slot, that is, faster than real-time. PROBA-2using your SWAP camera.
Awesome time-shifted video of Sun's incredible shape changes the atmosphere that the SWAP camera on @ ESAs #PROBA-2 satellite from July to August 2014. See more about #SpaceWeather: https://t.co/aaSL8YEzBx pic.twitter.com/5wyYH5dCF5
– ESA (@esa) December 12, 2018
This video, which was released on 12 December and already over 10,000 views, was added to the report, which read: "The spectacular sunlight that changes after the satellite photography of Proba-2 SWAP @ESA from July to August 2014 .
"In order to achieve precise and reliable space weather, there is a need for constant control of the solar and space environment from different perspectives as well as the timely distribution of reliable data," the agency said in a statement.
Despite the small weight of just over 286 pounds, this satellite is an essential and very effective tool for researching the Sun.
His predecessor Ulysses, was the first device that was able to approach the solar stations but did not have the equipment to take pictures.
– ESA (@esa) December 3, 2018
Just a few days ago, the PROBA-2 satellite had already succeeded in sending a sophisticated image from the Northern Pole, released on 3 December by the ESA and able to impress the scientific community and users on social networks.