The Sun - Damian
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Hello, everyone! Welcome to another episode of Facts With Mr. Science! Today, I will teach you about the sun.
So buckle in, let's go to space!
It is the outer atmosphere of the sun. It is about 2,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Firstly, there's the "Corona" (minus the virus).
The photosphere is the inner most layer of the sun that we can actually see. It is approximately 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is a gas layer, which is directly above the photosphere. It ranges from about 3726 degrees celsius and 7726 degrees clesius. Talking about the photosphere...
Next up is the chromosphere.
The core is... well, a core. It is the inside of the sun, which makes billions of atoms of hydrogen (The lightest element in the universe, by the way).
The radiation zone is the sun's radiation area, which is between the core and the convection zone. It is around 1999726 degrees celsius.
Well, that's all, folks! See you next time on... Facts WIth Mr. Science!
The convention... I mean, the convection zone is the outermost layer of the inside of the sun. It is about 2,000,000° C.