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- proper noun A
solarobservation mission, consisting of two identical spacecraft, that will provide stereoscopic imagingof the Sun.
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"Nature has a mind of its own, and STEREO is going to help us figure out how to avoid those surprises the sun tends to throw at us," said Michael Kaiser, a STEREO project scientist at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Fountains of Rome (not recommended), the sleeve of which depicted the great Rococo colossus, along with the word STEREO writ larger than the names of any of the artists involved in its performance.
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An artist’s concept of the twin STEREO spacecraft studying the sun.
An artist’s conception shows the twin STEREO observatories separating shortly after launch.
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Data courtesy of courtesy of the Heliospheric Imager on the NASA STEREO mission.
The project uses real data from NASA's STEREO spacecraft, a pair of satellites in orbit around the Sun which give scientists a constant eye on the ever-changing solar surface.
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We know it is still there, because the STEREO spacecraft can show us what is going on the sun's far side.
Additionally on Jan. 19th at 1340 UT, STEREO-B recorded the strongest solar flare in almost two years.
STEREO B captures the largest solar flare in two years.
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