A 200,000-mile long filament of solar material erupted on the surface of the Sun in late September, creating what looked very much like a canyon of fire. Technicians at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight... more 
A 200,000-mile long filament of solar material erupted on the surface of the Sun in late September, creating what looked very much like a canyon of fire. Technicians at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, created this short video from images captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory on September 29 and 30. Credit: NASA; Music licensed by NASA from DigitalJuice less 
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