Check out the below video from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory telescope which converts different wavelengths that the sun emits into an image viewable by humans.
Explains Filmmaker IQ, "As the colors sweep around the sun in the movie, viewers should note how different the same area of the sun appears. This happens because each wavelength of light represents solar material at specific temperatures. Different wavelengths convey information about different components of the sun’s surface and atmosphere, so scientists use them to paint a full picture of our constantly changing and varying star."
Watch below and read more here.