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Home The RAISE mission will focus on an active region — an area of complex and intense magnetic activity — in the sun’s atmosphere. The region can be seen in this image from NASA’s SDO as the bright, magnetic loops hovering above the sun’s surface on the left-hand side just below the mid-line. (NASA/SDO) The RAISE mission will focus on an active region — an area of complex and intense magnetic activity — in the sun’s atmosphere. The region can be seen in this image from NASA’s SDO as the bright, magnetic loops hovering above the sun’s surface on the left-hand side just below the mid-line. (NASA/SDO)

The RAISE mission will focus on an active region — an area of complex and intense magnetic activity — in the sun’s atmosphere. The region can be seen in this image from NASA’s SDO as the bright, magnetic loops hovering above the sun’s surface on the left-hand side just below the mid-line. (NASA/SDO)

The RAISE mission will focus on an active region — an area of complex and intense magnetic activity — in the sun’s atmosphere. The region can be seen in this image from NASA’s SDO as the bright, magnetic loops hovering above the sun’s surface on the left-hand side just below the mid-line. (NASA/SDO)

The RAISE mission will focus on an active region — an area of complex and intense magnetic activity — in the sun’s atmosphere. The region can be seen in this image from NASA’s SDO as the bright, magnetic loops hovering above the sun’s surface on the left-hand side just below the mid-line. (NASA/SDO)

The Rapid Acquisition Imaging Spectrograph Experiment is seen peeking out of a clean room during the weeks of testing before its scheduled November 2014 launch. (NASA/RAISE)