LYRA

12 years of successful LYRA observations

12 years ago today, on 6 January 2010, the doors of the LYRA instrument were opened for the first time. The observation of LYRA'sĀ first Lyman-alpha flare paved the way for much interesting science.

Antarctic Eclipse Observations

While the penguins were gazing at the total eclipse on December 4, the instruments onboard the PROBA2 satellite worked overtime to image and measure not one, but four passages of the moon in front of the sun. One of these occultations was nearly total for the SWAP EUV imager: as much as 96% of the solar disk was covered by the moon during the second passage

 

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