"Even our star celebrates the spooky season in 2014", said NASA in the post. Meanwhile, the Solar Dynamics Observatory is still hard at work, beaming new images of the Sun back down to Earth where scientists study and monitor the star.
Tamil Nadu: 2-year-old, stuck in borewell for days, dies
However, these efforts were hampered as they struck hard rock structures at just 10 feet of depth. On Tuesday, a stench smell reeked from the borewell confirmed the boy's death.
The space agency said the photo was taken on October 8, 2014 by its Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite.
According to the agency, the Sun's unique appearance in the photo was caused by the various active regions on its surface. CNN explains that the photo is a result of certain regions of the sun burning more intensely than others.
Percuté sur l’autoroute après s’être échappé d’un FlixBus en brisant sa vitre
Seulement, une fois sur la voie, désorienté par son choc contre la vitre, l'individu est rapidement percuté par un automobiliste. Les gendarmes autoroutiers ont ouvert une enquête pour déterminer les circonstances exactes de cet incident.
Elaborating more on how the sun morphed into a sinister face, Nasa said: "They are markers of an intense and complex set of magnetic fields hovering in the sun's atmosphere, the corona".
The picture was taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. There are many people who believe that super blood wolf moon is one of the most chilling phenomena, but everyone should see the image that NASA shared as it resembled a flaming jack-o'-lantern. In October a year ago, The Hubble Space Telescope, which NASA operates with the European Space Agency (ESA), captured a nebula in the Cassiopeia constellation about 550 light-years away.
Strong quake jolts southern Philippines, 1 dead, dozens hurt
Tulunan Mayor Reuel Limbungan said about 90% of the houses in three rural villages were damaged by the intense ground movement. A 6.6-magnitude quake struck today in the southern Philippines, with authorities saying they expect damage to the area.