Hinode Sees First Light

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http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Hinode_Satellite_Makes_First_Observations_Of_A_Spooky_Sun_999.html<br /><br />I'm really excited to see the new images and data from both the Hinode and STEREO spacecraft. Hinode will have the ability to study the magnetic field strength strengths and current flow within the coronal loops. IMO, the high amount of current flow within the loops will be the "big news" from the Hinode mission. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> It seems to be a natural consequence of our points of view to assume that the whole of space is filled with electrons and flying electric ions of all kinds. - Kristian Birkeland </div>
 
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