Staring directly at the Sun may not be advisable for humans, but a new tool on the International Space Station has come online to do just that. Part of NASA’s efforts to better understand the forces that affect our solar system, while this latest experiment may be looking outward to the Sun, it has big implications for science back home

NASA is staring at the Sun (because you can’t)

Staring directly at the Sun may not be advisable for humans, but a new tool on the International Space Station has come online to do just that. Part of NASA’s efforts to better understand the forces that affect our solar system, while this latest experiment may be looking outward to the Sun, it has big implications for science back home

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