Sun from the United Kingdom 2 sensor technology has begun to record the Sun from Hinode, recent solar observation satellite. The extreme ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph is a consortium led by the University College London Murad large areas of space science laboratory 2, black background, optimizing to withstand these short wavelengths. Sensors will help check the interaction between the Sun's magnetic field and its Corona, at the smallest scales.
This will provide a better understanding of the mechanisms leading to changes in solar magnetic, how this change affects the space weather. Hinode satellite (formerly Sun), Japan/United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Mission, launched on September 22, 2006 reported the first observation of the Sun. United Kingdom 2 the image sensor image.