Sunday, October 31, 2010

You are my sunshine

Havaya is the sun, and Elokim is the shield.
 — Chassidus


I’ll always love you and make you happy,
If you will only say the same.
But if you leave me and love another,
You’ll regret it all some day.
 — Johnny Cash

These pictures taken by an astrophotographer Alan Friedman had the sunlight reduced so much that we can see the surface of the sun itself more clearly. Click on the link above to see larger versions of the images.





Another picture of the space (source):

4 comments:

e said...

I've never seen such pictures before. Is this technology new?

e said...

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Certified Ashkenazi said...

I think the chiddush was in the type of filters used, not in the telescope. He describes it in the article.

Certified Ashkenazi said...

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/10/making-a-sun-photo/