Posted November 05, 2003 10:06:16It was one of the most spectacular solar eclipses in history.
It also made a lot of people angry.
The solar eclipse is known as a coronal mass ejection (CME).
The CME causes a magnetic storm in the solar atmosphere to blow outward from the sun.
This debris, which includes the coronal holes, creates an intense and bright solar storm.
The coronal hole can then get caught up in the sun’s atmosphere and become an intense solar flare.
This creates an electric current in the Earth’s atmosphere, which in turn causes a flash of light.
The last time the corona was seen was in 1997, when a corona burst on a comet.
This coronal flash caused a spectacular fireball and caused a large solar flare to come out of the coronae.
Now, NASA is hoping to make a coronac eclipse happen again.
The National Solar Observatory in Tucson, Arizona, is planning to make one in November.
The agency has launched a crowdsourcing effort to identify people interested in participating.
Anyone who wants to be a part of this effort can email [email protected]
“We are hoping to have a small, limited number of people from each of the 50 states who are interested in taking part,” said Robert Lander, the project manager for NASA’s Coronal Imaging Science Program.
The first coronal eclipse will be on November 6, with the coronesphere covering about 10 square miles (22 square kilometers) and a duration of roughly 20 minutes.
It will be visible from northern New Mexico, Arizona and California, and will be captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory.