NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recently shared a fascinating timelapse video of a tornado on the Sun’s surface. It swirled across the star’s north pole, prompting astrophotographers to turn their telescopes and cameras towards the Sun. The massive tornado reached the height of around 75,000 miles (120,000 kilometers), which makes it, most likely, the tallest tornado ever seen.
Hunga Tonga volcano eruption may be the biggest eruption ever captured from space
An underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific, first on Friday and then again on Saturday. the violent eruption was captured from space, showing the eruption releasing a massive ash cloud and sending a shockwave around it. And from what it seems, this could be the biggest volcano eruption ever captured from space.
Watch the solar eclipse’s shadow on Earth as seen from space
Did you manage to catch the partial solar eclipse yesterday? Did you wonder what it looked like from space? NASA shared an interesting video that shows what the Earth looked like during the eclipse. It shows the moon’s shadow cast on our planet and it’s pretty cool to see the eclipse from a totally different perspective.
Take a look around Mars in the first 360 degree image from Perseverance
Have you had enough of the Perseverance stuff? Yeah, me neither. NASA has just published an interactive image that lets you see what the rover is seeing. This detailed 360-degree photo lets you look around Mars’ Jezero crater and it’s based on images taken by different rover’s cameras.
Land on Mars in real time with Perseverance’s first landing video
NASA’s Perseverance rover made a successful landing on Mars on 18 February, and new photos keep coming in. After the first-ever photo and its color version, you can now watch the rover’s descent and the touchdown in the dramatic video.
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