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The Light Wizzard 360 view of the Sun in 2013

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June 26, 2015

23 Minutes and 19 Seconds of Fun in the Sun:

It takes a long time to edit over 30,000 frames of video at 4096 resolution, then make a video out of it with Music that matches the video, but to see the Sun as we orbit around it for one year is incredible and well worth the effort, if you liked 2012,  your really going to like 2013, as it picks up the pace with more CME's then years before, not to mention Comet ISON making a pass at it.

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Jeff Flesher:

The Earth Rotates around 1,042 MPH while it Orbits the Sun around 66,666 MPH, while the Sun rotates around 1,442 MPH, while the Solar System Orbits around 666,666 MPH around the Galaxy, and of course the Galaxy travels through the Universe at the Speed of Light which is 670,616,629 MPH, I just can never get away from the Numbers 666, which is why we are always in a hurry to get somewhere, and never have the Time to do the things we want to do, like watch the Sun as we Travel around it in 360 Degrees, which takes a Year, and this Series starts in the Year 2012, and will finish in 2016, at which point I will make it all one Video, so you can watch all the Sun all the Time, so hold tight because we are moving a lot faster then it feels.

I took all the SDO images for the Year 2013 Courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams, and edited out the bad ones, and was left with 32,781 images at 4096 resolution in AIA 193 format, so I can make higher resolution videos then the 1080 I uploaded here.

Some Images are missing, the Cameras sometimes do not take a good shot, and the Satellite had a few issues so its missing a few days of images, so the video will appear to jump, slow down and speed up, but over all I think it came out great, so thanks for the SDO mission for this one.

You can see the Moon pass in front on March 11 and August 6.