NASA satellite shows photo the sun was 'smiling' this week


In this week the Sun was in good mood: or at least that's what it looked like in a photo published by NASA. 

A photo of the sun taken from a NASA satellite and time-stamped Thursday morning appears to show a smile on the surface of our nearest star.

This isn't the first time the flashy pattern has surfaced this week you can see the brand business idea please visit this  Labarinet

"Today, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory caught the sun smiling," NASA said in a tweet on Wednesday. "These dark spots on the sun, seen in ultraviolet light, are known as coronal holes and are regions where fast solar winds flow into space."

According to SpaceWeather , the sun throws a triple stream of solar wind toward Earth. This could result in an aurora borealis here on Earth on Saturday, the website said.

The Solar Dynamics Observatory is a satellite orbiting the Earth, with sensors pointed toward the sun to take a variety of measurements of the sun and solar activity.

One of the mission's goals is to learn how the Sun's magnetic field is created and structured, and how it affects life on Earth and our communications systems.