At some vague point during the passage of childhood, three strict rules are branded upon your young mind:
Never talk to strangers
Don't step on pavement cracks
Never, ever look directly at the Sun
That final edict now comes with an important caveat: unless you're using NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).
The SDO captures images of the Sun in 10 different wavelengths, each highlighting a different temperature of solar material. In the above 30 minutes, you're treated to a kaleidoscopic lightshow from our nearest star, taking in a variety of its varying wavelengths.
Dim the lights, crab a blanket and keep autumn at bay for a while.