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The Sun Shot In Ultraviolet/X-Ray Spectrums

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This is a small series of photos of our sun (you and I -- we had a boy together) in the ultraviolet and x-ray spectrums. As you can see, it looks nothing like what it does when you're just staring at it in real life. Then it just looks all orangish-white and your eyes start hurting. Plus when you try to watch TV later you see spots. God trying to tell us something? Life's little mysteries.

Hit the jump for a bunch more.

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NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory Photos
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The Sun Like You've Never Seen It Before [buzzfeed]

Thanks to Marcy, who's convinced the sun is necessary for life on earth. Oh really, Marcy?! Then how do we live through the night?

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