Solar flare, SDO footage - HD stock video

Solar flare erupting from the surface of the Sun. This coronal mass ejection (CME) event occurred on 31st August 2012, and was recorded at wavelengths of 171 and 304 angstroms by NASA's Solar Dynamics Orbiter (SDO). The huge plume of solar material was thrown from the Sun at some 900 miles per second (1450 kilometres per second). It was not directed at Earth, although it did interact with Earth's magnetic field, producing an auroral display on 3rd September
Solar flare erupting from the surface of the Sun. This coronal mass ejection (CME) event occurred on 31st August 2012, and was recorded at wavelengths of 171 and 304 angstroms by NASA's Solar Dynamics Orbiter (SDO). The huge plume of solar material was thrown from the Sun at some 900 miles per second (1450 kilometres per second). It was not directed at Earth, although it did interact with Earth's magnetic field, producing an auroral display on 3rd September
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