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This Glorious High-Res Image of a Sunspot Will Take Your Breath Away – ScienceAlert

The wild, roiling activity of a sunspot can now be seen in mesmerising detail, thanks to a freshly released image from a brand new solar observatory.

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The wild, roiling activity of a sunspot can now be seen in mesmerising detail, thanks to a freshly released image from a brand new solar observatory.
In Hawaii, the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) is still in the final stages of completion, but its first image of a sunspot, taken on 28 January 2020 (not the sunspots that appeared in late November), is already the most detailed we’ve seen.
“The sunspot image achieves a spatial resolution about 2.5 times higher than ever previously achieved,…

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