NASA have released a 60-minute long timelapse that shows a high-resolution image of the sun from (nearly) every day over the past ten years. That's a complete solar cycle, during which time the sun's magnetic poles switch and you get loads of dramatic sunspots.
I overuse the word "wibbly" but I can't resist it here. This makes me feel wibbly. Colour me wibbled.
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