the solar dynamics Observatory of NASA for a decade continuously observed from orbit with the Sun. She gathered 425 million images of the Sun, accumulating 20 million gigabytes of data. Using three instruments, the Observatory took a picture of our star every 0.75 seconds.
In the Center of space flights of Goddard took one photo of the Sun for each hour of operation, starting in June 2020, and assembled them into an amazing time lapse.
In the video to the music of the Solar Observer Lars Leonard, you can consider flash, spots, splashes and fall of activity and an impressive solar corona.