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Last 50 tweets from @ESASolarOrbiter
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
The snake took about 3 hours to complete its journey, travelling at approx 170 km/s. It began from an active region that later erupted, an event captured by numerous #SolarOrbiter instruments & one of the most intense solar energetic particle events detected so far by EPD
Monitoring how solar eruptions occur will allow a better understanding of solar activity and the way it creates #spaceweather which can disrupt satellites and other technology on Earth. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
Spot the solar snake slithering across the surface of the #Sun! 🐍

This ‘tube’ of cooler atmospheric gases snaking its way through the Sun’s magnetic field was captured by @EuiTelescope on 5 September, and was precursor to a large eruption 💥

📹 esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… pic.twitter.com/bSmnBtFnb7
The snake took about 3 hours to complete its journey, travelling at approx 170 km/s. It began from an active region that later erupted, an event captured by numerous #SolarOrbiter instruments & one of the most intense solar energetic particle events detected so far by EPD
 
Spot the solar snake slithering across the surface of the #Sun! 🐍

This ‘tube’ of cooler atmospheric gases snaking its way through the Sun’s magnetic field was captured by @EuiTelescope on 5 September, and was precursor to a large eruption 💥

📹 esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…
 
Happy #SUNday! 😎

Fun fact: it’s 1000 days since #SolarOrbiter launched! 🚀

This is one of our highest res movies ever taken of the #Sun’s constantly moving atmosphere. The view measures 17 Earths across.

👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
☀️The corona is the Sun’s outer atmosphere 🤫 It is ‘quiet’ when there is little appreciable solar activity (e.g flares, CMEs) 🔥 It shows regular dynamic nature of the million-degree-hot corona ♨ This plasma is in constant motion, guided by changes in the Sun's magnetic field
Our @esa #SolarOrbiter project scientist Daniel Müller says: “I am very much looking forward to data from all ten instruments being downloaded; the world-wide science community will be very busy discovering new things using this unique data set.” In short: #StayTuned!
 
The first images from #SolarOrbiter’s latest close pass of the Sun are in: this is the highest res movie of the quiet corona ever taken!

It was captured by @EuiTelescope & measures equivalent of 17 Earths across 👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters pic.twitter.com/0k021IcX1l
☀️The corona is the Sun’s outer atmosphere 🤫 It is ‘quiet’ when there is little appreciable solar activity (e.g flares, CMEs) 🔥 It shows regular dynamic nature of the million-degree-hot corona ♨ This plasma is in constant motion, guided by changes in the Sun's magnetic field
 
The first images from #SolarOrbiter’s latest close pass of the Sun are in: this is the highest res movie of the quiet corona ever taken!

It was captured by @EuiTelescope & measures equivalent of 17 Earths across 👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
☀️⤴️🛰 #SolarOrbiter is making a close approach of the Sun NOW!

This sequence shows the approach using data from 20 Sept-10 Oct 👇

📹esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
📲So much of our everyday life relies on spacecraft in orbit around Earth to provide essential communications & navigation 🌍Understanding the Sun & #spaceweather it generates will help companies operate satellites safely and securely #SpaceSafety #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
#StayTuned in the coming weeks for new images and data collected from #SolarOrbiter's current perihelion passage as we learn more about our home star and its influence on our planet! 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #AnsweringTheBigQuestions
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
🔚Towards the end of the sequence the image appears to jump. This happens on days that EUI was not returning data to Earth 🔝The coloured bar at the very top of the video shows the impressive amount of data collected in this period, together with brief gaps in the data coverage
📲So much of our everyday life relies on spacecraft in orbit around Earth to provide essential communications & navigation 🌍Understanding the Sun & #spaceweather it generates will help companies operate satellites safely and securely #SpaceSafety #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
🔥The images show the Sun at a wavelength of 17 nanometers, highlighting gas in the Sun’s atmosphere with a temperature of about one million degrees 🟡 The colour has been artificially added because the original wavelength detected by the instrument is invisible to the human eye
🔚Towards the end of the sequence the image appears to jump. This happens on days that EUI was not returning data to Earth 🔝The coloured bar at the very top of the video shows the impressive amount of data collected in this period, together with brief gaps in the data coverage
 
#SolarOrbiter is speeding towards a close approach of the #Sun tonight at 19:12 UTC at a distance of about 0.29 AU (inside the orbit of Mercury) 😎

📹 This new image sequence by @EuiTelescope covers 20 Sept–10 Oct.

👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters pic.twitter.com/1S7O9GrGJt
🔥The images show the Sun at a wavelength of 17 nanometers, highlighting gas in the Sun’s atmosphere with a temperature of about one million degrees 🟡 The colour has been artificially added because the original wavelength detected by the instrument is invisible to the human eye
 
#SolarOrbiter is speeding towards a close approach of the #Sun tonight at 19:12 UTC at a distance of about 0.29 AU (inside the orbit of Mercury) 😎

📹 This new image sequence by @EuiTelescope covers 20 Sept–10 Oct.

👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Around 9pm CEST tomorrow @ESASolarOrbiter will be up-close and personal with the Sun (at around 1/3 the Sun-Earth distance). With low-latency observations from the @EuiTelescope, we can stay up to date with any new developments. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters (1/2)
 
#SolarOrbiter is heading for the next close approach of the #Sun this week at approx 0.29 AU at 19:12 UTC (21:12 CEST) on Weds 12 Oct 😎

#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #StayTuned #ExploreFarther

esa.int/Science_Explor…
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📹Extreme exploration: Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter – watch the #IAC2022 highlight lecture @iafastro 👇

youtube.com/watch?v=XftRyi…

#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther #SolarOrbiter
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Combining with @EuiTelescope traces the switchback to an active region on the Sun. There, open and closed magnetic field lines can interact to create an S-shaped field line and a burst of energy that propagates outwards. pic.twitter.com/p39CNaQZHU
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
The hunt will be on to find and link more switchbacks to their source on the Sun to better understand these dynamic features and their role in accelerating the solar wind 👉 esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
The new observation was made on 25 March 2022 by @MetisSolar and represents around 33 minutes of data. The structure expands at a speed of 80 km/s, stretching and distorting as it propagates away from the Sun. pic.twitter.com/uvDEqWdskq
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
Combining with @EuiTelescope traces the switchback to an active region on the Sun. There, open and closed magnetic field lines can interact to create an S-shaped field line and a burst of energy that propagates outwards.
 
☀️ #SolarOrbiter has made the first ever remote sensing observation of an S-shaped ‘switchback’ magnetic feature in the #SolarWind, a phenomenon that may be important in understanding the acceleration and heating of the solar wind 👉 esa.int/Science_Explor… pic.twitter.com/KgT7dUms25
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
The new observation was made on 25 March 2022 by @MetisSolar and represents around 33 minutes of data. The structure expands at a speed of 80 km/s, stretching and distorting as it propagates away from the Sun.
 
☀️ #SolarOrbiter has made the first ever remote sensing observation of an S-shaped ‘switchback’ magnetic feature in the #SolarWind, a phenomenon that may be important in understanding the acceleration and heating of the solar wind 👉 esa.int/Science_Explor…
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
One minute you're on your way to #Venus, to use its gravity to bring you closer to the Sun. The next minute the Sun lashes you both with an enormous coronal mass ejection!

It's no easy job being a #SolarOrbiter👇



#SpaceSafety🚨
@ESASolarOrbiter 🛰️
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ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
@ESASolarOrbiter was struck by an enormous coronal mass ejection before this weekend's #VenusFlyby... fortunately the spacecraft is designed to withstand and measure violent outbursts from our star.

Discover why this 'in situ' monitoring of #SpaceWeather is so important 👇
 
🛰🟠⤴️ Happening now!

#SolarOrbiter is making a #VenusFlyby at a distance of about 6420 km to adjust its orbit around the #Sun. Further gravity assist flybys will boost its inclination to get better coverage of the Sun’s polar regions. #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
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Flying into the weekend and #SolarOrbiter's next #VenusFlyby at 01:26 UTC Sunday morning; the gravity assist will help prepare us for getting the best views of the #Sun's poles 🛰🟠⤴️

👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
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It’s only Monday but we’re thinking about the weekend for #SolarOrbiter's next #VenusFlyby! 🛰🟠⤴️
Close approach on 4 Sept is ~01:26UTC at an altitude of ~6420km to adjust its orbit around the Sun; subsequent flybys will raise inclination to see more of the Sun's polar regions. pic.twitter.com/Jo0QWp8kec
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
See here for a full list of flybys and perihelia (close approaches of the Sun) throughout #SolarOrbiter's mission 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
It’s only Monday but we’re thinking about the weekend for #SolarOrbiter's next #VenusFlyby! 🛰🟠⤴️
Close approach on 4 Sept is ~01:26UTC at an altitude of ~6420km to adjust its orbit around the Sun; subsequent flybys will raise inclination to see more of the Sun's polar regions.
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ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
‼️🆕: Call open for @esa Research Fellowships in Space Science 2023‼️

Are you an early career PhD scientist from an ESA Member State working in heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics or fundamental physics? Join us! 👉 cosmos.esa.int/web/space-scie…

Deadline: 19 September 2022
 
We’re looking forward to all your stellar discoveries @ESA_Webb 😉 but since you’ll never look at our star, the #Sun, we’ll take care of that one 😎

Join the #WebbChallenge 👇#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
In reply to @ESA_CHEOPS
We’re sure our colleagues at @ESAArielMission & @ESA_Plato are also looking forward to amazing new #exoplanet science, but what about our @ESASolarOrbiter @ESA_Juice @bepicolombo friends? What @ESA_Webb data are you most looking forward to? Reply and pass the challenge on 👍
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
What is it like working at @ESA as a research fellow? Read about Dr. Laura Hayes @laura_hayess who is solving the mystery of solar flares with @ESASolarOrbiter!

👉 academicpositions.com/story/solving-…

#ExploreFarther #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Reminder: just one more week until the June 15th abstract submission deadline for the @SolarOrbiter8 workshop in Belfast: blogs.qub.ac.uk/so8belfast/abs…
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
Hello from the young space and solar physicists and the (not so young😅) @ESASolarOrbiter lecturers at the #SolarOrbiterSchool in the south of France! It's day 2 and currently immersed in the in-situ data hands-on session. A peek into the school:
 
Happy #SUNday! 😎

#ICYMI #SolarOrbiter’s closest views yet of our home star, the #Sun 🤩

Enjoy more movies & images and find out more here👉 esa.int/Science_Explor…

#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
 
Not quite as hot as the #pizza oven temperatures #SolarOrbiter experiences on its close solar approaches, this Moon bread recipe can be baked at a much cooler 180ºC 😉 Join the #ESABakes challenge with this fun baking project 👇 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
👨‍🍳 Are you getting ready to bake and eat your nutritious #Moon?

🌛🍌 Follow this step-by-step video recipe and share your results using the hashtag #ESABakes. We are open to variations!

🥮 All you need to know about the Moon Bread challenge: blogs.esa.int/exploration/ba… pic.twitter.com/OiTC0le1qo
 
#DYK? You can now also enjoy more beautiful images from #SolarOrbiter via our dedicated @Flickr account!

📷 flickr.com/photos/esa_sol…
 
“It’s really discovery space that we’re entering” 🤩

📽Join us #BehindTheScenes with some of our #SolarOrbiter team as we see the mission’s closest images and data for the first time 👉 esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…

#WeAreAllSolarOrbiters #ExploreFarther
 
ESA's Solar Orbiter Retweeted ·  
A breathtaking view over the #Sun’s south pole captured 30 March by @esasolarorbiter. #SolarOrbiter will use Venus gravity to crank up its orbit inclination for a more top-down view of our star’s poles, unlocking secrets of solar activity
esa.int/Science_Explor… #ExploreFarther
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
We’re also studying the composition of the Sun’s corona with @spice_on_SolO. This 👇 shows the same location taken at 6 wavelengths of ultraviolet light on 31 March, each characteristically emitted by different species of atoms at different temperatures youtube.com/watch?v=d6XcSz…
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter @EuiTelescope and 4 others
This extremely rich dataset will take some time to digest! 😅 At the same time we’re lining up for a #VenusFlyby 4 Sep & our next close solar encounter on 13 Oct... Keep track here and #StayTuned! 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… youtube.com/watch?v=O8old_…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
ESA is planning a new mission called #ESAVigil to watch out for #spaceweather heading for Earth. During perihelion #SolarOrbiter was positioned such that its @MetisSolar & @NASASun instruments could provide similar kind of data👉youtube.com/watch?v=yhWuXc…
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter @EuiTelescope and 3 others
We’re also studying the composition of the Sun’s corona with @spice_on_SolO. This 👇 shows the same location taken at 6 wavelengths of ultraviolet light on 31 March, each characteristically emitted by different species of atoms at different temperatures youtube.com/watch?v=d6XcSz…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
10-13 March we had a taste of #spaceweather forecasting as a coronal mass ejection headed Earthward, with @SolarOrbiterMAG data alerting skywatchers to look out for aurora 👍 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… pic.twitter.com/gdhlymYt5M
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter @EuiTelescope and 1 otherfalse
ESA is planning a new mission called #ESAVigil to watch out for #spaceweather heading for Earth. During perihelion #SolarOrbiter was positioned such that its @MetisSolar & @NASASun instruments could provide similar kind of data👉youtube.com/watch?v=yhWuXc…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
One of our top science goals is to join the dots from what we see happening at the Sun to what #SolarOrbiter ‘feels’ in the solar wind millions of kilometres away ☀️💨🛰 On 21 March we had the chance to explore such an energetic particle event👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia… pic.twitter.com/9QRA4Lw0Ni
10-13 March we had a taste of #spaceweather forecasting as a coronal mass ejection headed Earthward, with @SolarOrbiterMAG data alerting skywatchers to look out for aurora 👍 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
We’ve also spotted a solar ‘#hedgehog’ 😯 It stretches 25 000 kilometres across the Sun and has a multitude of spikes of gas that reach out in all directions, earning its nickname 🦔 youtube.com/watch?v=99vo0m…
One of our top science goals is to join the dots from what we see happening at the Sun to what #SolarOrbiter ‘feels’ in the solar wind millions of kilometres away ☀️💨🛰 On 21 March we had the chance to explore such an energetic particle event👉esa.int/ESA_Multimedia…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Many solar activity secrets lie hidden at the Sun's poles. This tantalizing view of the Sun’s south pole on 30 March is a hint of what’s to come. #SolarOrbiter will use Venus gravity to crank up its orbit inclination for a more top-down viewpoint youtube.com/watch?v=X3CTpd…
We’ve also spotted a solar ‘#hedgehog’ 😯 It stretches 25 000 kilometres across the Sun and has a multitude of spikes of gas that reach out in all directions, earning its nickname 🦔 youtube.com/watch?v=99vo0m…
 
In reply to @ESASolarOrbiter
Zoom into the Sun’s active regions like you’ve never seen them before courtesy #SolarOrbiter @EUITelescope and watch mesmerizing magnetic fields loop into the solar atmosphere and ‘rain’ back down #ExploreFarther youtube.com/watch?v=RZuUGu…
Many solar activity secrets lie hidden at the Sun's poles. This tantalizing view of the Sun’s south pole on 30 March is a hint of what’s to come. #SolarOrbiter will use Venus gravity to crank up its orbit inclination for a more top-down viewpoint youtube.com/watch?v=X3CTpd…
 
On 26 March #SolarOrbiter made its first close pass of the #Sun. Our analysis of new data has only just started but we’re happy to share some first highlights. Get your shades on & prepare to be dazzled! 😎 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
youtu.be/2RWDIzEKLyg
Replying to @ESASolarOrbiter
Zoom into the Sun’s active regions like you’ve never seen them before courtesy #SolarOrbiter @EUITelescope and watch mesmerizing magnetic fields loop into the solar atmosphere and ‘rain’ back down #ExploreFarther youtube.com/watch?v=RZuUGu…
 
On 26 March #SolarOrbiter made its first close pass of the #Sun. Our analysis of new data has only just started but we’re happy to share some first highlights. Get your shades on & prepare to be dazzled! 😎 #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters
👉esa.int/Science_Explor…
youtu.be/2RWDIzEKLyg
 
 
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…
 
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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