Featured in the sun

The Parker Space Probe flies toward the Sun
A reconstruction of the sunspot  captured by the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope on January 28th, 2020. The original image was taken in the wavelength of 530 nanometers - in the greenish-yellow part of the visible spectrum–. Researchers modified it to show up red and orange to the naked eye
Artist's impression of flare from our neighboring star Proxima Centauri ejecting material onto a nearby planet.
An illustration of a lopsided binary star system.
Two super-Earth exoplanets orbit Gliese 887, 11 light years from Earth.
An illustration of what an Earthlike exoplanet might look like.
These anaglyph images can be viewed with red-blue stereo glasses (or 3D glasses) to reveal the stars' distance from their backgrounds. On the left is Proxima Centauri and on the right is Wolf 359.
An artist's interpretation of what a ninth planet could look like.
An X-ray and optical composite image of a detonating star.