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(Sparkonit)   The science of the sun for solstice from a site called Sparkonit so you can see several wavelengths simultaneously. Super spectacular. Seriously   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Sparkonit, midsummers, wavelengths, solstices, greenbelts, northern hemispheres, Solar Dynamics Observatory, telescopes  
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1581 clicks; posted to Geek » on 21 Dec 2013 at 5:12 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-12-21 05:16:11 PM  
2013-12-21 05:18:59 PM  
I live in Washington State. And I happen to know for a fact that there is no such thing as the sun from November through February.
2013-12-21 05:29:39 PM  
Cool, but where is the guide that tells us what wavelengths are represented by what colors?
2013-12-21 06:11:29 PM  

No way.

I only use vaporizers, man.
2013-12-22 12:13:21 AM  
This is pretty cool but I was also getting super pissed off because I wanted to see the same location in all the different wavelengths but they kept changing to a different spot before all of the different sections could cycle through.
2013-12-22 08:10:16 AM  
I can already see the sun I several wavelengths.
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