The national solar observatory has installed its equipment on six different locations on the earth’s surface. This equipment generates pictures of the sun’s surface: every minute one picture. The pictures are being taken through different filters, whereas, amongst others, the h-alpha filter shows the surface in a visible light spectrum.
A selection of these pictures, downloaded from the observatory’s web page and then merged into a film sequence generate this 15 minute film, which shows the earth’s rotation cycle around the sun from january 1st, 2014 to february 30th ,2014 and the sun’s surface activity during this period of time. An audible interpretation of this activity is being generated through an analysis of the picture and the suns sonicated pulsative movement.