It’s been a long time since the first solar eclipse in 2024.
But that didn’t stop people around the world from trying to recreate the event in their own lives, using the latest technology to capture images of the eclipse’s path and make it easier for scientists to figure out exactly how it happened.
It was an attempt to keep up with the times.
But a solar eclipse doesn’t typically hit the U.S. until March 15, so the time of year that was so memorable in the past is now just about out of reach for most of us.
So instead, we turned to the moon, the planet Earth, and our solar system to figure it out.
We used our telescopes to find out how far away the eclipse was and whether or not the sun was still bright enough for photosynthesis to work.
And when we looked back at those images, we discovered something unexpected: The Earth and sun were far, far closer together than we thought.
The images we took during the solar eclipse were taken by a NASA spacecraft called the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) on Jan. 21, 2025.
The SDO is a NASA space telescope that captures images from the sun and captures the sun’s rays for scientists.
SDO took the images using its Panoramic Camera and Reflector, which is similar to a telescope that is mounted on a rocket.
SDOs solar eclipse images were the first to capture sunlight in the same way as it does from the Earth, but scientists are still not sure how far the two worlds actually are.
SDOH’s images show that the sun is very close to Earth, in fact, it’s actually closer than it looks in this photo taken by SDO on Jan, 21, 2024.
SDSO, also known as Solar Dynamics Laboratory, is a division of NASA.
SDOG, as it’s known, manages the SDO mission.
Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, are the team behind the SDOG solar eclipse photography project.
Here’s what we found out during the eclipse.
We were in the middle of a very long, hot, sunny day.
In the distance, you can see a patch of water called the “polar band,” which is the region where the sun crosses the path of totality.
The band is also visible in the satellite image below.
This image was taken by the Panoramio Solar Eclipse Spectrograph (POSS) on NASA’s Solar Dynamics Telescope (SDOT) on April 5, 2024, just a few hours after the sun reached totality.
SDOT, which stands for Solar Dynamics Imaging System, is part of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory.
It is a massive telescope that’s used to image the solar system and study Earth’s climate.
SDOTS first image from Earth showed the sun as a small red dot.
SDOS images from Earth also show that there are a lot of stars in the area.
But the closest star to the sun, Orion, is only about 10,000 light-years away.
To get the best views of the sun at the right time, SDO uses an array of satellites that are attached to a rocket that’s attached to the SDOT telescope.
When the rocket lifts off, it is equipped with instruments that look like this: SDOT telescopes are mounted on rockets.
SDOCO is attached to SDOTS telescope.
The telescope is the center of a giant rocket that is attached.
The rocket is flying at a speed of about 100,000 mph.
This is the SDOS telescope.
This telescope is looking through a narrow window that is used to capture the sun in the sunlit areas of the solar disk.
SDOL (Solar Observatory of L’Ecole Normale Supérieure) is the observatory at the far end of the telescope.
SDol is about the size of a football field and is made of mirrors that can capture the full range of light that the solar surface has to offer.
SDOL is located at the very end of SDOT.
Its mission is to study the interaction of the Earth and the sun.
This image shows the surface of the moon from the SDOL observatory.
SDOO is at the end of a different rocket.
It’s attached in the rocket that has to launch it to the observatories.
SDODO is the largest telescope in the SDODOC observatory, which was created to observe the sun from space.
The telescopes are the same size as the ones that are mounted in SDOL and SDO.
SDOP is the satellite that has been in SDO since it was launched in September of 2009.
It has cameras that look more like the ones you would see in a TV news camera.
SDOB (Sun and Earth Observation Program) is part and parcel of SDO and is attached in SDODOM.
It uses a telescope to capture sunlit portions of the surface and also to