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Happy SUNday! ☀️ #SolarOrbiter passed through a close solar perihelion yesterday, but there is so much more to come over the next years as we eventually get those much awaited views of the Sun's poles. Here's how we'll do it👉 esa.int/Science_Explor… youtube.com/watch?v=eLpEYM…
How to get the best view of the Sun
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Happy perihelion day! Today we're flying by the #Sun at about 48 million km, in one of many close perihelion passes throughout our mission. Here's a taste of what's to come 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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We're one day ahead of our close perihelion pass of the Sun! We expect to share a first look within a couple of weeks given it will take some time to download and analyse. In the meantime, here's more about our closest camera to the #Sun👉 esa.int/Science_Explor…
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
How do you spot sunspots as you race by a star?
🕵️🔎☀️

As @ESASolarOrbiter passes within 50 million km of the Sun this week, mission teams are on the hunt for dynamic features on the surface.

esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…

#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
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These data and more will help us unravel some of the #Sun's greatest mysteries, such as how and why the temperature rises through the Sun's atmosphere. More on the mysteries we hope to solve with #SolarOrbiter 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… pic.twitter.com/BBl0ckfL2I
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter @EuiTelescope and 1 otherfalse
On Saturday we'll be making a close pass of the Sun within 50 million km. We expect to share the first images & data within a few weeks, given it will take some time to download & analyse what we have. #StayTuned ! esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
At the same time @spice_on_SolO created the best yet full Sun image in Lyman β, capturing temperature regimes of 10,000 - 630,000ºC and corresponding to: 🟣hydrogen 🔵carbon 🟢oxygen 🟡neon More info👉esa.int/Science_Explor… pic.twitter.com/OhwZBZKgje
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These data and more will help us unravel some of the #Sun's greatest mysteries, such as how and why the temperature rises through the Sun's atmosphere. More on the mysteries we hope to solve with #SolarOrbiter 👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
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Zoom in to the incredible detail of your home star with the highest resolution mosaic of the full solar disc + solar corona yet! The 25-images were taken by @EuiTelescope 7 March when #SolarOrbiter was 75 million km from the Sun
Hi-res👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther pic.twitter.com/Og4iRVCP4P
At the same time @spice_on_SolO created the best yet full Sun image in Lyman β, capturing temperature regimes of 10,000 - 630,000ºC and corresponding to: 🟣hydrogen 🔵carbon 🟢oxygen 🟡neon More info👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
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Zoom in to the incredible detail of your home star with the highest resolution mosaic of the full solar disc + solar corona yet! The 25-images were taken by @EuiTelescope 7 March when #SolarOrbiter was 75 million km from the Sun
Hi-res👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther
 
As we get closer to the #Sun here's a recap of the technical challenges to operate in such an extreme environment - including a very special kind of 'sunscreen'! 🥵 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
 
#SolarOrbiter is heading for its closest approach of the Sun yet: on 26 March it will pass within ~50 million km (inside the orbit of Mercury) collecting data on our nearest star. Track our journey👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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Getting closer! Today we’re passing the orbit of Mercury, on our way to a ~50 million km flyby of our #Sun on 26 March. We’ll be inside the orbit of Mercury until 6 April. Track our journey here👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
@ESASolarOrbiter is rapidly moving off the Sun-Earth line (16deg today), so we will stop providing real time updates of transient events: we hope they were useful. The MAG team's attention now passes to the upcoming perihelion at the end of this month.
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Midway between the Sun and Earth, @ESASolarOrbiter recently detected a solar storm en route for a (small) Earth impact!

#SpaceWeather🌞🌪️
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
During today's pass, @ESASolarOrbiter encountered increasing magnetic fields followed by a shock. This is likely to be the start of a transient which could pass Earth in around two days. We have another pass overnight and will know more about the event tomorrow.
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
If you think these images are spectacular, just wait for perihelion later this month when #SolarOrbiter is less than one-third the Sun-Earth distance and entering a new phase of scientific exploration! esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther pic.twitter.com/QgEbOBXe6T
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This perihelion passage is one of the major events of Solar Orbiter’s mission. All ten instruments will be operating simultaneously to gather as much data as possible on our dynamic Sun. More about Solar Orbiter 👉esa.int/SolarOrbiter #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #StayTuned
 
Today #SolarOrbiter is directly between Earth and the Sun, about halfway between the two, racing towards close solar approach on 26 March. A new image sequence covers 1 Jan-2 March and ends with a spectacular closeup view of a solar flare! See more👉 esa.int/Science_Explor… pic.twitter.com/M5LCf6LIhW
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If you think these images are spectacular, just wait for perihelion later this month when #SolarOrbiter is less than one-third the Sun-Earth distance and entering a new phase of scientific exploration! esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther
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Today #SolarOrbiter is directly between Earth and the Sun, about halfway between the two, racing towards close solar approach on 26 March. A new image sequence covers 1 Jan-2 March and ends with a spectacular closeup view of a solar flare! See more👉 esa.int/Science_Explor…
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📢 We are hiring!

☀️ Do you have a PhD in solar physics or space science and want to contribute to @ESA's quest to understand our Sun with #SolarOrbiter?

Find out more 👉 jobs.esa.int/job/Noordwijk-…

🗓Deadline: 29 March 2022

#ESArecruits #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Together with @esa's future dedicated #spaceweather mission Vigil, which will provide unique views of events like these, we can better protect our home planet from the Sun’s violent outbursts. More about Vigil👉 esa.int/Safety_Securit… pic.twitter.com/LyLqu36TAN
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
#StayTuned! Solar Orbiter is heading for an Earth-Sun crossing on 7 March and a close perihelion pass of the #Sun of 0.32 AU on 26 March where we’ll be getting the closest images yet of the Sun! Follow the spacecraft’s orbit here: esa.int/Science_Explor…
Where is Solar Orbiter? Track ESAs Sun explorer
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In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
This #CME event was not directed towards #Earth but is still an important reminder of the unpredictable nature of the Sun and the importance of understanding and monitoring its behaviour. 📷Artist impression ☀️More about living with a star: esa.int/Science_Explor… #spaceweather pic.twitter.com/qp8Z23ThGU
Together with @esa's future dedicated #spaceweather mission Vigil, which will provide unique views of events like these, we can better protect our home planet from the Sun’s violent outbursts. More about Vigil👉 esa.int/Safety_Securit…
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In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
The Full Sun Imager (part of the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager) is designed to look at the full solar disc even during close passages of the Sun. Combined with @MissionSoho we can follow the event to even larger distances! youtube.com/watch?v=VUHnZQ… pic.twitter.com/11At4aDoUF
This #CME event was not directed towards #Earth but is still an important reminder of the unpredictable nature of the Sun and the importance of understanding and monitoring its behaviour. 📷Artist impression ☀️More about living with a star: esa.int/Science_Explor… #spaceweather
 
Wow! The giant solar eruption of 15 Feb seen by #SolarOrbiter – the largest solar prominence ever observed in a single image together with the full solar disc, thanks to the novel design of our Full Sun Imager.
esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters pic.twitter.com/VS5jqRrcPU
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
The Full Sun Imager (part of the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager) is designed to look at the full solar disc even during close passages of the Sun. Combined with @MissionSoho we can follow the event to even larger distances! youtube.com/watch?v=VUHnZQ…
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Wow! The giant solar eruption of 15 Feb seen by #SolarOrbiter – the largest solar prominence ever observed in a single image together with the full solar disc, thanks to the novel design of our Full Sun Imager.
esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Congrats to our newly selected @NASASun missions, Multi-slit Solar Explorer (MUSE) and HelioSwarm. These two missions will provide a deeper insight into the solar atmosphere & space weather, offering a new way of understanding the mysteries of our Sun: go.nasa.gov/3swwEwD
 
Congrats on the new name #ESAVigil! A dedicated @esa #SpaceWeather satellite in development to keep an eye on the 'side' of the #Sun for advance warning of oncoming solar storms. More in the thread 👇#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
Introducing ... ESA Vigil

🌞🚨🛰️➡️esa.int/Safety_Securit…

Goodbye #Lagrange
Hello #ESAVigil pic.twitter.com/D00xke9f2b
 
It's great to have an excuse for celebrations over two days 😉 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
Two years ago tonight (or tomorrow, if you’re in Europe!) the NASA/ESA Solar Orbiter mission set off on a voyage to the Sun! 🚀
It's since returned dazzling images of the Sun and caught a few comets by the tail. ☄️ go.nasa.gov/3oD0QVt
Happy launchiversary @ESASolarOrbiter!
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
10 February 2020: the @ESASolarOrbiter Mission Control Team at ESOC @esaoperations gets ready for launch.
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Orbiter has just passed through a 3 hour period of sustained Southward field (third panel). We are 18 degrees off the Sun-Earth line so this might not arrive at Earth at all, but with Orbiter at 0.78AU this gives us perhaps 18 hours notice.
 
Happy 2nd launch birthday #SolarOrbiter! 🎂 🚀😎 The @esa @nasa mission lifted off on an Atlas V 411 from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 05:03CET on 10 February 2020 on its mission to study the #Sun from new perspectives! #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther esa.int/Science_Explor…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Our #Venusflyby schedule looks like this 👇 Our next Venus encounter is in September, but first, our closest perihelion pass of the Sun yet is coming up in March 😎 esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… pic.twitter.com/yYLUoerO9U
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
We'll also have opportunities to perform complementary observations of the Sun with Parker Solar Probe, working together to provide context, and the best understanding of our star yet! #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…
 
This sounds familiar! 🛰🟠⤴️ Like Parker Solar Probe, #SolarOrbiter is also grateful for #Venus gravity assists, setting us on course for new views of the #Sun 👍
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
Our #Venusflyby schedule looks like this 👇 Our next Venus encounter is in September, but first, our closest perihelion pass of the Sun yet is coming up in March 😎 esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…
 
This sounds familiar! 🛰🟠⤴️ Like Parker Solar Probe, #SolarOrbiter is also grateful for #Venus gravity assists, setting us on course for new views of the #Sun 👍
Though Parker Solar Probe’s focus is the Sun, Venus plays a critical role in the mission: The spacecraft whips by Venus seven times over the course of its seven-year mission, using the planet’s gravity to slow down and bend the spacecraft’s orbit. #VisionsOfVenus pic.twitter.com/kZFln5YlDq
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe “touched” the Sun and now this!

This week, we’ll be sharing some new “bonus” science from Parker Solar Probe as it whizzed by Venus. Hint: It has added another first to its long list of accomplishments. 😉 #VisionsOfVenus
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In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Working with a fleet of ‘solar orbiters’ @NASASun’s STEREO-A, #ParkerSolarProbe and @Esa/@NASA SOHO provided a multi-spacecraft view of Comet Leonard. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters Image/movie gallery via story 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… pic.twitter.com/YrF6dVa0Cw
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter @MetisSolar and 3 others
Back to #SolarOrbiter’s main line of business: the #Sun 😎 Coming up in March, our closest solar pass yet at 0.32 au (~50 million km). #StayTuned for more amazing close-up images of the Sun as you’ve never seen it before! ☀️All about Solar Orbiter 👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
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#SolarOrbiter also captured the comet simultaneously in both visible and ultraviolet light, which will help hint at the rate at which the #comet is ejecting dust, and its water production rate, respectively. esa.int/Science_Explor… 📷@MetisSolar pic.twitter.com/qrUTRfBIgz
Working with a fleet of ‘solar orbiters’ @NASASun’s STEREO-A, #ParkerSolarProbe and @Esa/@NASA SOHO provided a multi-spacecraft view of Comet Leonard. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters Image/movie gallery via story 👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
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Catching #CometLeonard by the tail 💫 #SolarOrbiter sampled particles & magnetic field as it flew through the comet’s tail, allowing us to study how it interacts with solar wind. Here’s our first impressions 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters 📷SWA-HIS sensor data pic.twitter.com/0mso2vCbF8
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
#SolarOrbiter also captured the comet simultaneously in both visible and ultraviolet light, which will help hint at the rate at which the #comet is ejecting dust, and its water production rate, respectively. esa.int/Science_Explor… 📷@MetisSolar
 
Catching #CometLeonard by the tail 💫 #SolarOrbiter sampled particles & magnetic field as it flew through the comet’s tail, allowing us to study how it interacts with solar wind. Here’s our first impressions 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters 📷SWA-HIS sensor data
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ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
☄️ Planetary Image of the Day #PIOD is an amazing comet C/2021 A1 #Leonard imaged on 17-18 December 2021 by the SoloHI instrument on the NASA/@ESASolarOrbiter spacecraft 🛰️

📸 ESA/NASA/NRL/SoloHI
 
Happy new year! #Earth has completed another trip around the #Sun and soon #SolarOrbiter will be getting some incredible new close views of our home star as we cruise towards a March perhelion at 50 million kilometres 😎 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters esa.int/Science_Explor…
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Have you tried hunting for solar jets? Check out @SolarJetHunter - a citizen science project to hunt for bursts of energy from our own #Sun, based on @NASASun SDO data ☀️💥 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters zooniverse.org/projects/sophi…
 
#OTD last year, #SolarOrbiter completed the first of many gravity assist flybys of Venus 🛰🟠⤴️ essential to adjust the tilt of the spacecraft's orbit and bring it closer to the Sun ☀️ esa.int/Science_Explor…
 
💫 Season's greetings to all our followers - enjoy our Christmas 'star' #CometLeonard! 💫 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters

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#SolarOrbiter is observing #CometLeonard! ☄️Check out this beautiful sequence from the SoloHI instrument, taken 17-19 Dec, set against a stunning Milky Way backdrop and with #Venus & #Mercury for company. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
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Stealth CMEs, a comet’s tail, campfire jets & widespread particle events are just some of the highlights of #SolarOrbiter cruise phase science published in 50+ papers in @AandA_journal & presented at #AGU21 today! 👉 esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
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Solar science needs YOU! 😎 Check out this 👇 great new citizen science project to hunt for solar jets - bursts of energy from our own #Sun ☀️💥 Based on @NASASun SDO data, the results will also help us understand #SolarOrbiter & Parker Solar Probe data! #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
The Solar Jet Hunter project just launched on @the_zooniverse! Join the hunt for solar jets to help scientists unveiling some of the Sun's mysteries zooniverse.org/projects/sophi… @DoNASAScience @AdlerPlanet @NJIT @UMNresearch @UMN_SPA @umnmifa @UMNCSE
 
#ICYMI 🌍 460km #EarthFlyby through #spacedebris clouds completed this weekend! 😅

✅ Cruise phase complete

😎 Main science mission begins!

🔜☀️ March '22: 50million km close solar pass

🔜🟠Regular #VenusFlyby to give us best views of the #Sun!
esa.int/SolarOrbiter
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First look at some #EarthFlyby science data from our @SolarOrbiterMAG team 😃
Success! Excellent data from yesterday's encounter. We're still processing the high-res data but so far everything looks great. Looking forward to joint science with other missions. Thanks to everyone on the @ESASolarOrbiter team for a great flyby. pic.twitter.com/Entm78wUf9
 
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That @ESASolarOrbiter #Earthflyby! ICYMI, check out Thursday's Uplink 61 when we spoke to @AnikDeGroof and @louiseharra about what's next for the mission: youtube.com/watch?v=w8W_eh…
 
Super! Thanks for sharing! #weareallsolarorbiters
Caught @esa #SolarOrbiter in 25 of 28 1 minute exposures as it crossed a third of the sky 0459-0525 UT. Increasing distance makes the trail fainter even as the apparent motion slows down. 0.4m telescope, @UofAlabama pic.twitter.com/7flFF1ReXG
 
 
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