Near the surface of the sun, the interplay of magnetic fields and plasma flow creates solar prominences that appear to dance. The prominence shown here was recorded in 2012 by the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory, and its arc is large enough to easily surround the Earth. This is fluid dynamics – specifically magnetohydrodynamics – on a scale difficult for us earthbound humans to imagine. Scientists are still working to understand the complex processes that drive flows like this one. Fortunately, we can appreciate their beauty regardless. (Image credit: NASA SDO, source; via APOD; submitted by jpshoer)