The Sun - Damian

Updated: 3/31/2021
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.