This image of the sun with the prominence in the upper left was taken in false color to show the temperature range. The greens are nearly 1,800,000 degrees Fahreneheit, while the red areas measure a cool 100,000 degrees. And that’s just one of the things the observatory can do. “It is the most comprehensive view of the sun,” Madhulika Guhathakurta, the mission’s programme scientist at NASA, said at a press briefing on Wednesday. “When you see the whole sun, it is showing connections we have never seen before” [New Scientist].