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The temperature is At the center of the core the Sun's density is more than times that of water. The Sun's power about billion billion mega Watts is produced by nuclear fusion reactions.

As it travels out toward the surface, the energy is continuously absorbed and re-emitted at lower and lower temperatures so that by the time it reaches the surface, it is primarily visible light.

The surface of the Sun, called the photosphere, is at a temperature of about K.

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Sunspots are "cool" regions, only K they look dark only by comparison with the surrounding regions. Sunspots can be very large, as much as 50, km in diameter.

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Milf personals in Tahoma CA Sunspots are caused by complicated and not very well understood interactions with The sun looking for stars Sun's magnetic field. A small region known as satrs chromosphere lies above the photosphere. The highly rarefied region above the chromosphere, called the corona, extends millions of kilometers into space but is visible only during a total solar eclipse left.

Temperatures in the corona are over 1, K. It just happens that the Moon and the Sun appear the same size in the looiing as viewed from the Earth.

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And since the Moon orbits the Earth in approximately the same plane as the Earth's orbit around the Sun sometimes the Moon comes lioking between the Earth and the Sun.

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When it lines up perfectly the entire solar disk is blocked and it is called a total eclipse of the Sun. Partial ffor are visible over a wide area of the Earth but the The sun looking for stars from which a total eclipse is visible, called the path of totality, is very narrow, just a few kilometers though it is usually thousands of kilometers long.

Astronomers are not sure just how big a star can get, but given the right circumstances it looks like they can become truly colossal. An interactive 3D visualization of the stellar neighborhood, including over nearby stars. Created for the Google Chrome web browser. Our Sun is a normal main-sequence G2 star, one of more than billion stars only K (they look dark only by comparison with the surrounding regions).

Eclipses of the Sun happen once or twice a year. If you stay home, you're likely to see a partial eclipse several times per decade.

But since the path of totality is so small it is very unlikely that it will cross you home. So people often travel half way around the world just to see a total solar eclipse. To stand in the shadow of the Moon is an awesome experience.

For a few precious minutes it gets dark in the middle of the day. The stars come out.

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The animals and birds think it's time to sleep. And you can see the solar corona. It is well worth a major journey.

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The Sun is a perfectly ordinary star -- a great, glowing ball of gas. How does the Sun compare to other stars? Search Our Q&A Archive. The Sun is our nearest star. The Sun From Earth, the Sun looks like it moves across the sky in the daytime and appears to disappear at night. Astronomers have found a star that was likely born in the same stellar nursery as our Sun. The newfound sibling is only the second ever to be.

But after the sun's life is over, what will it look like? Astronomers have a new answer, and their conclusions are glowing. The oloking of a star's life span depends on its size.

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Our sun is a yellow dwarf with a diameter of aroundmiles 1. Yellow lookin stars live for about 10 billion years, and at 4.

Once its hydrogen supply is depleted, the sun will start consuming its heavier elements. During this volatile and turbulent stage, vast quantities of stellar material will hurtle into space as the sun's body expands to fir its current size, becoming a red giant.

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Then, it will shrink down to a tiny, extremely dense white dwarf star, about Earth-size. Illuminated by the cooling white dwarf will be the cloud of gas and dust that the sun spewed into space as a churning red giant.

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