Stars and our Suns different atmospheric layers will have plasma filaments in varying sizes, numbers and physical characteristics. The solar system has these twisting plasma filamentary structures including those Flux Transfer Events 'ropes' (1 million miles an hour of tornado like electromagnetic plasma).
Using algorithms and jiggery pokery the Suns outer corona has been shown by peer reviewed science to have spinning helix like plasma currents or Birkeland currents in an Electric Universe.
Sun's plasma streamers
Included in the observations is this remarkable image of the energetic gas, or plasma, flowing out from the star. The bright dot is actually far-distant Jupiter. The black dots are repeats that occur simply because of the way the picture is constructed.
Parker aims to solve the puzzle by passing through the outer atmosphere and directly sampling its particle, magnetic and electric fields. "We need to go into this region to be able to sample the new plasma, the newly formed material, to be able to see what processes, what physics, is taking place in there,"
Parker Solar Probe: Sun-skimming mission starts calling home | BBC
Sun's plasma jets, gusts and streams
Using advanced algorithms and data-cleaning techniques, the team discovered never-before-detected, fine-grained structures in the outer corona - the Sun's million degree atmosphere - by analyzing images taken by NASA's STEREO spacecraft.
The outer corona is the source of the solar wind, the stream of charged particles that flow outward from the Sun in all directions. Measured near Earth, the magnetic fields embedded within the solar wind are intertwined and complex, but what causes this complexity remains unclear.
... The most surprising finding wasn't a specific physical structure—it was the simple presence of physical structure in and of itself... Compared with the dynamic, turbulent inner corona, scientists had considered the outer corona to be smooth and homogenous....
Coronal streamers—also known as helmet streamers, because they resemble a knight's pointy helmet—are bright structures that develop over regions of the Sun with enhanced magnetic activity. Readily observed during solar eclipses, magnetic loops on the Sun's surface are stretched out to pointy tips by the solar wind and can erupt into coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, the large explosions of matter that eject parts of the Sun into surrounding space.
DeForest and his coauthors' processing of STEREO observations reveals that streamers themselves are far more structured than previously thought.
"What we found is that there is no such thing as a single streamer," DeForest said. "The streamers themselves are composed of myriad fine strands that together average to produce a brighter feature."
Team creates high-fidelity images of Sun's atmosphere | phys.org
How much can be trusted of the actual findings and images is depended on your faith in the adjustments but yet again scientists have stated finding something that would seem to be more evidence for EU theory or plasma cosmology.