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NASA SDO - Intertwining Plasma Streams
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NASA SDO - Intertwining Plasma Streams
Two regions of dark plasma were documented in close proximity. Over the course of a day (March 27-28, 2012), they were seen to dance and blend together. The dark plasma, is cooler than the surrounding material, giving it a darker appearance.


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Posted by Tibor on May 9, 2012
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