How Hot Is The Sun (Surface, and Core) In Fahrenheit?
Here, we’ll find out why you’ll never be able to land on the sun. We’ll discover just how this enormous ball of light gets its energy, and what produces its light.Continue Re
The sun is a star. But, it’s not just any star: it’s a yellow dwarf star, officially classified as a G2 V star. A G2 star is one that ranks as the second hottest type of star i
The core is where it all happens. Located at the center of the sun, the core is subject to monumental forces of gravity. This gravity creates extreme pressure. The temperature of t
The Radiative ZoneEach layer has a different temperature. The radiative zone, the layer that surrounds the core, runs about 7-12 million degrees Fahrenheit nearest the core. The ou
The final layer that makes up the body of the sun is the convection layer. This layer is made up of plasma, which is so hot it continuously bubbles up to the “surface.” The con
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