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Churning clouds above the Sun

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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2007

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Cloud-like structures in the background above the Sun churn from the passage of magnetic ripples called Alfvén waves, which may be responsible for the extreme heat of the Sun's corona. Vertical jets called spicules dance closer to the Sun's surface.

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