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Come stare at the sun for an hour, it'll do you good

Here comes the fun

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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Matt Cox

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Once the leader of Rock Paper Shotgun's Youth Contingent, Matt is an expert in multiplayer games, deckbuilders and battle royales. He occasionally pops back into the Treehouse to write some news for us from time to time, but he mostly spends his days teaching small children how to speak different languages in warmer climates.