(WorldTechToday) The first-ever sun portrait taken by NASA's NuSTAR telescope in high-energy X-rays revealed dynamic hues of colors of the gigantic solar flare. The first picture was documented on December 19 and was released by the space agency earlier this week.
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The first image revealed by NASA proves efficiency of the super sensitive NuSTAR telescope in capturing the sun and helping solve a long-standing mystery. Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, abbreviated for NuSTAR, was primarily built to observe distant high-energy phenomena like black holes and supernovas.
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