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Originally posted by swan001
Probably just flares. Light goes straight, and the inner solar system is full of dust, so it looks like lasers.
Light leaks inside the EUVI telescope optics can also affect the images. EUVI uses thin metal films to filter out direct sunlight and pass through only the wavelengths of interest. Small holes can develop in these filters, letting stray light through the system.