the sun!!!

by veronica moore

here is the sun! it is a very hot star that is 5,778 k! it sometimes explodes when it has to much heat inside the sun core!!...

where are the suns layers!!

the core of the sun

The Sun's core is the central region where nuclear reactions consume hydrogen to form helium. These reactions release the energy that ultimately leaves the surface as visible light. These reactions are highly sensitive to temperature and density....

the radiative zone of the sun!!

The Sun's radiative zone is the section of the solar interior between the innermost core and the outer convective zone. In the radiative zone, energy generated by nuclear fusion in the core moves outward as electromagnetic radiation. In other words, the energy is conveyed by photons.
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the convective zone of the sun!!

A region of turbulent plasma between a star's core and its visible photosphere at the surface, through which energy is transferred by convection. In the convection zone, hot plasma rises, cools as it nears the surface, and falls to be heated and rise again
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the chromospere of the sun!!

At other times, light from the chromosphere is usually too weak to be seen against the brighter photosphere. The third layer of the sun's atmosphere is the corona. It can only be seen during a total solar eclipse as well
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the corona of the sun!!

A corona is an aura of plasma that surrounds the sun and other celestial bodies. The Sun's corona extends millions of kilometres into space and is most easily seen during a total solar eclipse, but it is also observable with a coronagraph.
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