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  • initialism astronomy Initialism of scattered disk object.
  • initialism US Initialism of Solar Dynamics Observatory.

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  • The SDO is the first mission and crown jewel in a fleet of NASA missions to study the sun.

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  • While various elements of the sun have been studied over the years, the SDO will be the first to present a "comprehensive view" of all the elements, she said.

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  • The SDO is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the sun, it provides images with a significantly better resolution and clarity than previous crafts, and will give scientists the opportunity to better comprehend how the sun works and which effect it has on the Earth's atmospheric chemistry and climate.

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  • The observatory, known as SDO, is scheduled to launch from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

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  • While various elements of the sun have been studied over the years, the SDO will be the first to present a

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  • The SDO is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the sun, it provides images with a significantly better resolution and clarity than previous crafts, and will give scientists the opportunity to better comprehend how the sun works and which effect it has on the Earth's atmospheric chemistry and climate.

    DV Hardware

  • While various elements of the sun have been studied over the years, the SDO will be the first to present a "comprehensive view" of all the elements, she said.

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  • While various elements of the sun have been studied over the years, the SDO will be the first to present a "comprehensive view" of all the elements, she said.

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  • It is designed to provide scientists who study the sun with a torrent of data-the space agency says the observatory will return 150 million bits of data about Earth's host star per second, or about 1.5 terabytes per day., known as SDO, is scheduled to launch into orbit at 10: 26 A.M. Wednesday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, weather permitting.

    Scientific American

  • It is designed to provide scientists who study the sun with a torrent of data-the space agency says the observatory will return 150 million bits of data about Earth's host star per second, or about 1.5 terabytes per day., known as SDO, is scheduled to launch into orbit at 10: 26 A.M. Wednesday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, weather permitting.

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