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TextWhat looks like some kind of disturbance or movement of the camera --- could be some kind of unknown or unannounced spacecraft movement/alignment. Or it could be a blast from the sun... OR could be interaction with another object in space / or process in space that is unannounced as well. Regardless of what is causing it -- we see the spacecraft camera make a turbulent move to the left right up down and diagonal. Then come back to the original point it started. I can't find any description on the SDO site of what is occurring. If you find anything , please put it down below this video in the comment field. more
TextApril 17, 2012 – SPACE – Magnetic fields on the Sun’s northeastern limb erupted around 17:45 UT on April 16th, producing one of the most visually-spectacular explosions in years. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the blast at extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. The explosion, which registered M1.7 on the Richter scale of solar flares, was not Earth-directed, but it did hurl a CME into space. Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab have analyzed the trajectory of the cloud and found that it will hit NASA’s STEREO-B spacecraft, the Spitzer space telescope, and the rover Curiosity en route to Mars. Planets Venus and Mars could also receive a glancing blow. –Space Weather
No worries. It's just our sun dancing to universal dubstep. :p
Originally posted by amongus
Dutchsinse....I don't have to say anything else.
Originally posted by charlyv
Image auto centering software.
Or the Sun is doing a jig?