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Overview Sun – NASA Solar System Exploration

  • Our Sun is a 4.5 billion-year-old star – a hot glowing ball of hydrogen and helium at the center of our solar system
  • The Sun is about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) from Earth, and without its energy, life as we know it could not exist here on our home planet
  • The Sun is the largest object in our solar system.

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Our Sun Science videos for kids Kids Academy

  • Thousands of parents and educators are turning to the kids’ learning app that makes real learning truly fun
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The Sun Facts Information, History, Size, Formation

  • The Sun is 870,000 miles (1.4 million kilometers) across
  • This is so big it is hard to imagine, but it would take more than one million Earths to fill the size of the Sun! The Sun is so big it takes up 99% of the matter in our solar system
  • The 1% left over is taken up by planets, asteroids, moons and other matter.

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20 Sun Facts Mind-Blowing Facts about the Sun

  • The Sun is the center of our entire solar system and has been since it was formed more than 4.6 billion years ago
  • However, we haven’t always known that the Sun was the center of our solar system
  • It wasn’t until the 16th Century with Copernicus’s “Heliocentric” model that it was accepted that the planets actually revolved around this giant star.

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Sun News -- ScienceDaily

  • 17, 2021 — Violent activity on our Sun leads to some of the most extreme space weather events on Earth, impacting systems such as satellites, communications systems, power distribution and

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Sun 101 National Geographic

  • The sun keeps the planets in its orbit with a tremendous gravitational force
  • What would happen if it disappeared entirely? Learn about the star at the cente

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How Does Our Sun Compare With Other Stars

  • Our Sun is an average sized star: there are smaller stars and larger stars, even up to 100 times larger
  • Many other solar systems have multiple suns, while ours just has one
  • Our Sun is 864,000 miles in diameter and 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit on the surface.

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Sun NASA Space Place – NASA Science for Kids

  • It all has to do with the distance between Earth and the sun and Earth and the moon
  • Make Handprint Art Using Ultraviolet Light! We can't see the sun's ultraviolet light with our eyes, but with this simple activity we can observe the effects of UV light

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101 Bible verses about The Sun

  • “There will be signs in sun and moon and stars, and on the earth dismay among nations, in perplexity at the roaring of the sea and the waves, men fainting from fear and the expectation of the things which are coming upon the world; for the powers of the heavens will be shaken

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Sun Facts for Kids

  • Our sun is a hot ball of gases that is the very center of our solar system
  • The gravity of the sun is what keeps all of the planets, moons, and bodies within our system together
  • The intense gravitational pull of the sun maintains the orbit of things as small as particles all the way to the gas and ice giant planets.

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Learning More about our Sun

  • The Sun warms our planet, creates wind, gives energy for plants to make their food, and lights our days
  • The Sun is always shining, but is only able to light half of the Earth at a time because the shape of the Earth is round like a ball.

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The Sun Today with C. Alex Young, Ph.D.

  • The sun is a window into our universe! Learn more about the sun, the heliosphere, space weather, solar missions, eclipses, and related science
  • Upcoming Total Solar Eclipse - …

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Questions and Answers About the Sun High Altitude

  • The “surface” of the Sun (what we see) is only 5800 degrees
  • This is cool for the Sun, but is actually about 16 times hotter than boiling water (ouch!)
  • The outer atmosphere of the Sun (which we don't really see with our eyes) gets extremely hot again, about 1.5 to 2 million degrees.

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What is the color of the sun

  • The sun emits all colors of visible light, and in fact emits all frequencies of electromagnetic waves except gamma rays
  • This includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, visible light, ultraviolet waves, and X-rays
  • The sun emits all these colors because it is a thermal body and emits light through the process of thermal radiation.

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The Sun: Our Home Star

  • Its color is white, although it tends to appear yellow or red when seen through the filter of Earth’s atmosphere
  • G-type stars spend about 10 billion years converting hydrogen to helium
  • Astronomers call this the main-sequence stage of a star’s life
  • Our Sun is around 4.6 billion years old, and therefore about

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13 Ways the Sun Affects Us: Positive & Harmful

  • The sun can sometimes get a bad rap for only having negative effects on our health when, in fact, it has several positive effects for our overall health
  • Carey Bligard, MD, UnityPoint Health, says like many other things, sunshine should be enjoyed in moderation to avoid painful sunburn, heat rash, wrinkles and skin cancer.

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Sun Facts: What You Need to Know

  • The Sun may look yellow and smooth in our sky, but it actually has quite a mottled "surface." Actually, the Sun doesn't have a hard surface as we know it on Earth but instead has an outer layer of an electrified gas called "plasma" that appears to be a …

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Our solar system: The sun information and facts

  • The sun resides some 26,000 light-years from the Milky Way's center, in a tendril of our home galaxy known as the Orion Arm
  • Every 230 million years, the sun—and the solar system it carries with

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Scientists Have Figured Out When And How Our Sun Will Die

  • Now an international team of astronomers has used computer modelling to determine that, like 90 percent of other stars, our Sun is most likely to shrink down from a red giant to become a white dwarf and then end as a planetary nebula
  • "When a star dies it ejects a mass of gas and dust - known as its envelope - into space.

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The Sun Facts for Kids Fun & Interesting Information

  • Our Sun is a relatively medium-sized type of star
  • It has a radius of 432,168 mi / 695,508 km and a diameter of around 1.39 million kilometers / 864,000 miles
  • This is 109 times greater than the diameter of our planet
  • The volume of the Sun is so great that you would need 1.3 million Earth-sized planets to fill it.

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Our Sun Is Special Kids Answers

  • Our sun is missing vast amounts of metal and other material found in these other stars
  • (The amount of “missing material” in our sun is roughly equivalent to four times the mass of earth.) These materials are present in nearly all the other stars studied, with only a handful like our sun

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First NASA Parker Solar Probe Results Reveal Surprising

  • “The Sun is the only star we can examine this closely,” said Nicola Fox, director of the Heliophysics Division at NASA Headquarters
  • “Getting data at the source already is revolutionizing our understanding of our own star and stars across the universe.

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Our Sun is About to Get Busy Solar Storm Forecast 10.25

Our Sun is About to Get Busy | Solar Storm Forecast 10.25.2021 This week our Sun is getting primed for some real activity! Although space weather has been quiet this week, multiple new regions are rotating into Earth-view (at least four) and several of them are solar storm producers.

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How the Sun impacts asteroids in our galaxy WOWK 13 News

  • The Sun can move and spin asteroids with light! Like many objects in space, asteroids rotate
  • At any given moment, the Sun-facing side of an asteroid absorbs sunlight while the dark side sheds energy as heat
  • When the heat escapes, it creates an infinitesimal amount of thrust, pushing the asteroid ever so slightly and altering its rotational rate.

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Red Giant Stars: Facts, Definition & the Future of the Sun

  • A red giant star is a dying star in the last stages of stellar evolution
  • Our own sun will turn into a red giant star, expand and engulf the inner planets, possibly even Earth.

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What is the difference between a "star" and a "sun

  • The Sun is a perfectly ordinary star -- a great, glowing ball of gas
  • In its core, it fuses hydrogen into helium, as all stars do for the majority of their lives, in order to generate enough pressure to avoid collapsing under its own gravity.

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