Solar Eclipse

A new facility for airborne solar astronomy: NASA’s WB-57 at the 2017 total solar eclipse

Fully processed image of the corona generated by stacking many co-aligned, calibrated images
Tuesday, April 14, 2020

NASA's WB-57 High Altitude Research Program provides a deployable, mobile, stratospheric platform for scientic research.

Paul Bryans interviewed by Sun Superheroes

Photographic image of Solar Eclipse Team, Chile, 2019

Paul Bryans tells Sun Superheroes that a solar eclipse is an opportunity to understand and study the Sun's magnetism. During a solar eclipse, when the moon blocks the Sun, it allows scientists to study the strength and shape of the Sun's surrounding magnetic field.

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