NASA SDO observed a partial solar eclipse and provided astonishing images of the event, Later this month, the agency will also make an announcement about its mission to 'touch the sun'.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) added a leap second to its master clock to sync with the movement of the Coordinated Universal Clock on Earth. Every millisecond is vital in space timekeeping that is why adjustments have to be made for more accurate readings.
NASA SDO captured an image of the Sun that interesting shows a smiling face complete with mouth, eyes and facial bone structures similar to that of a smiling guy.
NASA released a shorter animation of the lunar transit that caused a partial solar eclipse last Sunday. Oct. 30.
A new NASA CubeSat has launched into space and has begun studying a particular class of X-ray light unexplored by scientists.
NASA discovered two huge holes on the surface of the Sun called Coronal holes. T
It's a bit belated, but happy Cinco de Mayo! While citizens in Mexico and the US alike were celebrating Mexico's unlikely victory against French forces in 1862 by throwing parades, singing songs, and enjoying A LOT of tequila, the Sun was having its own kind of celebration. According to NASA, the Sun launched an impressive solar flare on May 5.