NASA published this wonderfull video of Sun from SDO:
And it occurred interesting question: Sun is very big sphere. Its so big that it took light 4,6 seconds to traverse distance of diameter of the Sun. Every point on Sun surface emits photons. So when we make directly photo of the Sun then different pixels will contains record of light emited in different times.
Have it some sense to care about (de)synchronicity of pixels in images of the Sun? How big will be difference between photos of the sun if time correction for pixels will be applied to sync them?
A in photo of the sun contains record about color of surface point in time
t and pixel
B in time
(t - 2.3s)