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How does the Solar Orbiter take images so close to the sun without melting its camera?

Space Exploration Asked by David Wilkins on September 29, 2021

The EUI on the NASA/ESA Solar Orbiter recently captured the closest ever images of the sun. How is that made possible without destroying the imager?

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