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A New Space Instrument Captures Its First Solar Eruption

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Solar Orbiter has already taken the closest picture of the Sun to date, and it will only get closer. Solar Orbiter’s official mission begins in November, when SoloHI and the rest of the remote-sensing instruments will be switched on in full science mode. Stay tuned!

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