The Inouye Solar Telescope just released a hyper-detailed sunspot image.
Proxima Centauri might act too violently for its planets to host alien life.
It’s really a bit of a bum, as far as sun-like stars go.
It happened back in 1986—but it could happen again.
The biggest solar telescope ever will help link together and streamline solar physics theories.
It’ll team up with the Parker Solar Probe after it launches in February.
Rogue plasma waves and sideways, 100,000-mile-per-hour solar winds abound.
The action goes down in the sun’s chromosphere.
But it's not time to panic.
Some serious space weather at play.
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