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False-colour Skylab Image of a Solar Prominence

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False-colour ultraviolet image of an eruptive prominence on the Sun, photographed from the Skylab space station on August 21, 1973. Taken in the light of helium, at a wavelength of 30.4 nanometres, the picture also shows the Sun's chromosphere. The faintest regions in the image are coloured red, & brighter regions yellow, blue, lilac & white. The white area is an active region associated with a sunspot group. The magnetic fields have flung the prominence out into space as the multi-stranded jet of matter extending half a million kilometres. North is to the right. The photo was taken with Skylab's ATM (Apollo Telesc- ope Mount) extreme ultraviolet spectroheliograph. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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False-colour ultraviolet image of an eruptive prominence on the Sun, photographed from the Skylab space station on August 21, 1973. Taken in the light of helium, at a wavelength of 30.4 nanometres, the picture also shows the Sun's chromosphere. The faintest regions in the image are coloured red, & brighter regions yellow, blue, lilac & white. The white area is an active region associated with a sunspot group. The magnetic fields have flung the prominence out into space as the multi-stranded jet of matter extending half a million kilometres. North is to the right. The photo was taken with Skylab's ATM (Apollo Telesc- ope Mount) extreme ultraviolet spectroheliograph. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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False-colour ultraviolet image of an eruptive prominence on the Sun, photographed from the Skylab space station on August 21, 1973. Taken in the light of helium, at a wavelength of 30.4 nanometres, the picture also shows the Sun's chromosphere. The faintest regions in the image are coloured red, & brighter regions yellow, blue, lilac & white. The white area is an active region associated with a sunspot group. The magnetic fields have flung the prominence out into space as the multi-stranded jet of matter extending half a million kilometres. North is to the right. The photo was taken with Skylab's ATM (Apollo Telesc- ope Mount) extreme ultraviolet spectroheliograph. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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False-colour Skylab Image of a Solar Prominence

24" x 18" Photographic Print
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