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Why NASA Observes the Sun in Different Wavelengths

22 Jan 2013, 19:53 UTC
Why NASA Observes the Sun in Different Wavelengths

Specialized instruments in ground-based and space-based solar telescopes, observe light far beyond the ranges visible to the naked eye. Different wavelengths convey information about different components of the sun.

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