The Sun’s activity has been closely monitored by NASA. NASA released a video which shows the activity on the surface of the star.
Such activity can’t be observed without specialized equipment, which NASA has in its possession.
The video of the Sun’s activity shows two regions which shot charged particles alongside the magnetic field of the star, which emit light in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths.
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory observed this activity on November 11 and 12.
Apart from solar activity and eruptions, NASA also observed a filament which developed across the Sun. The filament is described as a dark line which is actually solar material accumulated in one long cloud. Sun’s magnetic forces keep it above the Sun. The filament is usually dissolved in a week or longer.
Filaments can only be seen under the extreme ultraviolet light. The above video shows a filament visible in shades of bronze under extreme ultraviolet wavelengths of 193 angstroms.