Monday, July 30, 2007

Here comes the sun

Back from sunny California, into sunny Colorado.
In the Miesch family the sun always shines, since Sarah and Mark are solar physicists - they study how the Sun works.
Sarah studies the outside (the corona) and Mark studies the inside (the convection zone). This image shows what convection
inside the Sun might look like. It's from a computer simulation done by Mark and colleagues and it is projected onto a large sphere two meters in diameter (six feet), hanging from the ceiling! The sphere is at the Fiske Planetarium on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder.

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I wish I could visit the sun...

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