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Daniel K. Inouye Solar telescope (DKIST) which made the highest resolution image of the Sun's surface ever taken.
A telescope in Hawaii has produced its first images of the sun, revealing its turbulent gas surface in what scientists called unprecedented detail.
Mercury to glide across the Sun on November 11
Mercury putting on rare show Monday parading across the sun
They show the surface covered with bright cell-like areas, each about the size of Texas, that result from the transporting of heat from the sun's interior.
Scientists at the National Science Foundation have released the telescope's first images of the sun.
The telescope can reveal features as small as 18 miles (30 km) across, according to the National Science Foundation, which released the images Wednesday.
Further observations will help scientists understand and predict solar activity that can disrupt satellite communications and affect power grids, the foundation said.
The telescope is on the island of Maui.
For the traveller who really and truly wants to get away from it all, a new kind of hotel could just offer the perfect solution.
The prolonged bed rest is part of the "Artificial Gravity Bed Rest" Study that launched this week into the effects of weightlessness on the human body.
In a stunning hour-long video, NASA's sun-pointing semi-autonomous spacecraft, the Solar Dynamics Observatory, has put together a time lapse of its 10 years of observing the Sun.
UFO encounters that happened between 2013 and 2019 have been revealed in newly-uncovered US military documents, following the Pentagon releasing videos of unidentified objects last month.
You can make these lunches ahead of time to ease your workload. They are easy to put together and can be stored for long.
Ice cream is not only a delicious addition to any celebration, but it is also well known to be a powerful mood enhancer.
The heart keeps us alive, so having heart disease can be a very important factor in how long we live.
Since 2013, Toussaint has painted walls of cement, wood, and corrugated iron with words in different languages and alphabets as part of his project, which he calls "Share the Word".