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Smiling sunshine: NASA captures shots of coronal holes causing happy face on the sun

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A Nasa satellite captured an image of what appeared to be a happy face pattern on the sun earlier this week, prompting the US space agency to say the sun was seen “smiling”.
Published 3 months ago · Washington, United States

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NASA captures Sun smiling! Photo inside

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Eerie image of the sun 'smiling' captured by NASA

The NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the image of what appeared to be a "smiling" face on the solar surface. The pattern was formed by dark splotches called coronal holes.

3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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