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Process Your Solar Eclipse Photos with SunPy!

On 8 April 2024, a total solar eclipse will pass over Mexico, the United States, and Canada, allowing millions of people to see the highly-structured solar corona with their own eyes. Along the path of totality, many will be taking their own pictures of the eclipse. In this post we demonstrate how you can use SunPy to process your own eclipse photos!

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Modeling Coronal Loops in 3D with sunpy.coordinates

The sunpy.coordinates module is a useful tool for expressing locations on the Sun in various coordinate systems. While most often used in the context of analyzing and manipulating observational data, we can also use this module to build three-dimensional models of loops in the corona.

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