Usually staring directly into the sun would be a bad thing, but in this case I think you'll be okay.

Earlier this week NASA released the highest-resolution video of the sun ever taken and it's already getting tons of hits on YouTube.

The video was recorded from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite, which films the sun 24 hours a day, in 10 different wavelengths of light.

The video is pretty astonishing, and even more so is the fact that it takes a team of media professionals up to ten hours to put together just one minute of this video.