Continuing my one post per month tradition, here's a post about space.
On February 25, NASA was calibrating the camera aboard their new STEREO B spaceship when they happened to catch the moon transiting in front of the sun. The resulting images and video are pretty dang nifty. The sun is captured in four wavelengths of extreme ultraviolet light, and you can see solar flares!
Really cool. Here's the story, and here's the video below, maybe.
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