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Huge Object Is Captured On NASA’S SECCHI STEREO HI1 Satellite

NASA spacecrafts have captured the mysterious image of a huge object with one of its cameras from just a couple of days ago.

This object was captured on NASA’S SECCHI STEREO HI1 satellite, and observers remain in the dark as to what the object might be. You can see the light from our Sun being cast, shown on the left side of the image.

This satellite’s archives showed the Sun’s first reaction to this object was on November 15th and there are a couple of frames missing on the 15th and 16th. The NASA STEREO (Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory) is a solar observation mission.

The program launched two nearly identical spacecraft in 2006, whose mission is to orbit around the Sun which cause them to pull ahead of, and then slowly fall behind the Earth. This enables stereoscopic imaging of the Sun and solar phenomena, such as coronal mass ejections.

The heliospheric imagers are part of Sun Earth Connection Coronal and Heliospheric Investigation (SECCHI), a ground of five cameras: a telescope that works on extreme ultraviolet, two white-light coronagraphs and the two heliospheric imagers, HI1 and HI2. 

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