Layers of the Sun
The Convective Zone is the area of the sun that is just under the surface. The temperature at the surface of the convective zone is about 5,700 degrees Celsius the temperature towards the center of the convective zone is around 2,000,000 degrees Celsius. The liquid inside of the convective zone is in a constant turbulent state.
Solar prominence is an arc of gas that erupts from the surface of the Sun. Prominences can loop hundreds of thousands of miles into space. Prominences are held above the Sun's surface by strong magnetic fields. Prominences will, at some point, will erupt and spew enormous amounts of solar material into space.