NASA is keeping a close eye on that solar flare that started on Thursday, July 12, and now it's released dramatic time-lapse video and photos of the flare that's found its way to Earth.
Mmmmmmm, delicious context. When the news says "massive," this is what they mean.
Thanks to Scott Stevenson for making this and sending it my way!
Over its ten months of operation, the Chandrayaan-1 X-ray Spectrometer (C1XS) has gathered data for a total of 30 solar flares, giving the most accurate measurements to date of magnesium, aluminium, silicon, calcium and iron in the lunar surface.
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