Last week, a massive 14-Earths-tall tornado was spotted on the Sun’s surface. It was a real treat for everyone who watched it, even just in a video. But photographers Andrew McCarthy and Jason Guenzel did more than just observe. The two photographers teamed up and captured the solar tornado in an exquisite 140 MP image.
It took 200,000 photos, tons of data, and several days to complete, but it was worth it. The duo ended up with a jaw-dropping, super-sharp image of the incredible phenomenon. And I’m happy to say that they shared it with DIYP, along with some info about how they took it.