The Gregor solar telescope captured this view of solar magnetic field structures.
"The new optics of the telescope will allow scientists to study magnetic fields, convection, turbulence, solar eruptions and sunspots in great detail," KIS said in a statement.
The Gregor solar telescope got a makeover and delivered some brilliant high-res views of the sun.
And now Gregor, a solar telescope is Spain, is getting in on the festivities.
Gregor’s team obtained "the highest-resolution images of the sun ever taken by a European telescope" after the telescope received an optical overhaul.
As NASA’s Parker Solar Probe and ESA and NASA’s Solar Orbiter cozy up to our solar system’s star, telescopes back on Earth will continue to fill in details of the mysteries and moods of the sun.
The other image highlights the structures of solar magnetic fields, which look a lot like the surface of a Rice Krispies treat.
Earlier this year, a telescope in Hawaii delivered the highest-resolution image of the sun’s surface ever captured.
The Gregor telescope picked up this lovely view of a sunspot.
The team likens the capabilities of Gregor’s revamped eyes to being able to see the details of a needle on a soccer field from a kilometer away.
Striking sunspot looks like a Star Wars sarlacc pit in telescope image https://t.co/rCjyD4FaVc— CNET News (@CNETNews) September 1, 2020