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Image of the Sun through an H-Alpha filter
NASA / JPL / National Solar Observatory / Sacramento Peak
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Sun in H-Alpha

This is an image of the Sun as seen in hydrogen-alpha light. H-alpha is a narrow wavelength of red light that is emitted and absorbed by hydrogen. Many more details can be seen in the Sun's surface using an H-alpha light filter.

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