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Solar Eruption Filmed In UV Light
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Solar Eruption Filmed In UV Light
On April 7th 2012, a coronal mass ejection was lofted towards Mercury and set to slam into its ultra-thin atmosphere on April 9th. The Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the blast in extreme ultraviolet.

Credit: NASA / SDO / Mash Mix: SPACE.com / Origin.

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Posted by Tibor on August 24, 2012
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