posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 11:55 PM
I have always wondered why there have been no videos of the Sun from space, either from orbit, or from the Moon, or from somewhere in between. To tell
me NASA has never had the time or the interest to do such a simple thing, I won't buy. Filter manufacturers tell me their filters will work just the
same in space as they do on Earth. I have been told by others that you need a neutral density filter to attenuate the extremely harsh Sun in space,
but I read they did have such a filter on the first TV camera they sent into space, but still no videos of the Sun, preferably showing spots . I have
asked NASA if they could just take me a few seconds of video so I can believe it is possible, but get no replies. I'd appreciate it if some other ATS
members would try to get an answer. Maybe Not A Straight Answer, but hey, ya never know.