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Ed Stroup

679639472118748 Ed Stroup: Mobile Uploads     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit

On July 26, 2014, from 10 57 a.m. to 11 42 a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from SDO's point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light. This image shows the blended result of two SDO wavelengths - one in 304 wavelength and another in 171 wavelength. Image Credit NASA/SDO

Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)    

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Cuetzpallincihuatl Maws

520297124684182 Cuetzpallincihuatl Maws: Cover Photos     This is a view of a lunar eclipse as viewed by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO) and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, replacing the lunar shadow.

Credit: NASA/SDO/LRO/GSFC    

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Samuel J Hasson

Samuel J Hasson: Lunar Eclipse Time-Lapse Video    

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Cuetzi Animalista Maws

520297124684182 Cuetzi Animalista Maws: Cover Photos     This is a view of a lunar eclipse as viewed by NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO) and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, replacing the lunar shadow.

Credit: NASA/SDO/LRO/GSFC    

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Diane Leide

679639472118748 Diane Leide: Mobile Uploads     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit

On July 26, 2014, from 10 57 a.m. to 11 42 a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from SDO's point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light. This image shows the blended result of two SDO wavelengths - one in 304 wavelength and another in 171 wavelength. Image Credit NASA/SDO

Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)    

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Suresh Chopane

526272710806745 Suresh Chopane: Timeline Photos     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit On July 26, 2014, from 10:57 a.m. to 11:42
a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens
approximately twice a year, causing a
partial solar eclipse that can only be seen
from SDO's point of view. Images of the
eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because
the moon has no atmosphere that would
distort light.    

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Michael Tadashi

526272710806745 Michael Tadashi: Timeline Photos     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit On July 26, 2014, from 10:57 a.m. to 11:42
a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)
and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens
approximately twice a year, causing a
partial solar eclipse that can only be seen
from SDO's point of view. Images of the
eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because
the moon has no atmosphere that would
distort light.    

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Reddit Karmawhores

Reddit Karmawhores: Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit: A lunar transit happens...     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit: A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from NASA’s SDO's point of view.

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Harvey Vess

679639472118748 Harvey Vess: Mobile Uploads     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit

On July 26, 2014, from 10 57 a.m. to 11 42 a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from SDO's point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light. This image shows the blended result of two SDO wavelengths - one in 304 wavelength and another in 171 wavelength. Image Credit NASA/SDO

Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)    

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Mbaraga S. Matthew

Mbaraga S. Matthew: NASA's SDO Observes a Lunar Transit    

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Sanda Elena Barcui

679639472118748 Sanda Elena Barcui: Mobile Uploads     Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Images of Lunar Transit

On July 26, 2014, from 10 57 a.m. to 11 42 a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from SDO's point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light. This image shows the blended result of two SDO wavelengths - one in 304 wavelength and another in 171 wavelength. Image Credit NASA/SDO

Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)    

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Joe Spaventa

10152664523686869 Joe Spaventa: Timeline Photos     On July 26, 2014, from 10:57 a.m. to 11:42 a.m. EDT (14:57 to 15:42 UT), the moon crossed between NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. A lunar transit happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from SDO's point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light. This image shows the blended result of two SDO wavelengths - one in 304 wavelength and another in 171 wavelength.
Image Credit: NASA/SDO     This was during the new moon

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Ammu Sundhari

696571187056774 Ammu Sundhari: Timeline Photos     On July 26, 2014, from 10:57 a.m. to 11:42 a.m. EDT, the moon crossed between myself and the Sun, a phenomenon called a lunar transit. This happens approximately twice a year, causing a partial solar eclipse that can only be seen from my point of view. Images of the eclipse show a crisp lunar horizon, because the moon has no atmosphere that would distort light.

By blending different my wavelengths, we can get an enhanced image of the Sun. The left image was taken in 304 wavelength, the middle in 171 wavelength, and the right shows the blended result.

Credit: NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO)    

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