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  • The Sun

    The Sun It’s crazy to think that the big ball of fire that we looked at through a telescope in the beginning of the semester used to be nothing more than a cloud of gas and dust. I mean this is the center of our universe and greatest source of energy we are talking about and it was just basically a bunch of tiny particles floating in space trying to find their place in the universe. It wasn’t till gravity hit that these particles started fusing together. As a result a star was born and began to

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  • The Sun

    The Sun (Star of the Family) Planet word comes from Greek ‚which means „wandering star“. Sun is the heaviest among Solar System. If we take total mass of whole Solar System‚ the Sun would be 99.86% of the total. Sun is a ball of hot‚burning gases. Sun is the nearest star to the Earth. Sun is the source of all energy for life on Earth. On the Sun’s surface‚ there are dark patches known as sunspots. These are patches of gas that looks dark since they are cooler than their surroundings. The light

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  • The Sun

    The Sun The sun is the largest object in the solar system. It is a middle-sized star and there are many other stars out in the universe just like it. Even though it is only a middle-sized star it is large enough to hold over 1 million Earth ’s inside if it were hollow. The temperature on the sun is far too much for any living thing to bear. On the surface it is 10‚000 degrees Fahrenheit and the core is a stunning 27‚000‚000 degrees Fahrenheit. But don ’t worry we are over 90‚000 million

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  • Planet and Sun

    Chapter 14 Section 2 Notes: The Sun The sun produces energy through nuclear fusion. In the process of nuclear fusion‚ two atomic nuclei combine‚ forming a larger‚ more massive nucleus and releasing energy. Within the sun‚ hydrogen atoms join together to form helium. Such conditions exist in the sun’s core‚ or central region. The sun’s interior consists of the core‚ the radiation zone‚ and the convection zone. The sun’s energy is produced in its central core. The radiation zone is a region

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  • The Sun and the Moon

    The Sun and the Moon I make my way over the grass‚ which is covered in freckles of frost that make a soft crunch with each tiny step I take. The trees that surround me are clustered together in company‚ yet look lonely without their companionship of leaves. They stand tall and strong‚ like an army of ghost warriors that are ready for battle. I walk amongst them‚ lightly brushing against the rough and unkind bark as I go. There’s no sign of life in the park besides myself and the typical flock of

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  • Essay on Sun

    Essay On Sun The Sun has the reputation of being the most stable burning star‚ astronomers observe. Its extreme stability allows humans to exist on Earth. But this stability won’t last forever. The sun is a burning star that allows the planet Earth to sustain life and flourish over the life span of the hydrogen giant. A few questions arise with the sun and its ability to burn so bright without being unstable. For one‚ if this were possible‚ could swallow up to 109 earths to put the stars size

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  • The Secrets of the Sun

    Chapter 8: The Sun & The Universe: Secrets of the Sun The sun is classified as a yellow dwarf‚ because of both its color and size. The sun is the only star in our solar system‚ and all of the planets revolve around it. The mass of the sun is equal to about one million earths. It can cause solar storms that interrupt much of our technology and means of communication. The amount of radiation that can reach Earth during a solar storm is particularly easy to reach on the north and south poles.

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  • Sun and Its Planets

    The sun is a star. It is the star round which the earth and other planets revolve. In a way‚ we can say that sun is the head of solar family or solar system. Compared with the millions of other stars‚ the sun is a medium sized star and of average brightness. The sun appears to be larger and brighter because it is much more nearer to the earth than any other star. Thus‚ the star nearest to the earth is the sun. Though sun is the nearest star to the earth‚ even then it is at a distance of 150 x 106

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  • The Sun Rising

    The Sun Rising By John Donne. I--The sun rising is a poem in which the poet expresses his anger with the sun. In the first stanza the poet calls the sun a busy old fool and unruly that is undisciplined because the sun visits people without their consent to their homes and disturbs them from their sleep. The poet says that the sun should not disturb lovers‚as love unlike anything knows neither season nor time. The poet tells the

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  • Fun in the Sun

    Fun in the Sun It was a hot spring day at Myrtle Beach. The sun was scorching hot‚ setting my skin to tingling. The pool sat waiting‚ the cool blue water promising a soothing balm to the heat. The plan for my vacation was to kick back‚ relax and soak up some rays. Unfortunately‚ my plan did not work out as well as expected. While preparing for my relaxing day‚ I reached into my luggage and grabbed my sunscreen. Unfortunately‚ I failed to notice that the date on the lotion had expired. I grabbed

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