[2015] Kirsten Taras: The Sun

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[2015] Kirsten Taras: The Sun

This picture shows layers of the sun with their mileages. For the inner layers, mileage is started from the sun's core, and the outer layers mileage is started from the sun's surface. Inner layers include the Core, Radiative Zone and Convection Zone and the Outer Layers include, Photosphere, the Chromosphere, the Transition Region and the Corona.

Super Planet:THE SUN

By: Kirsten Taras

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This chart tells you how big and how powerful the Sun really is!

The Sun- Is a low mass star located in the center of the solar system and orbits around the earth.

-There are nine planets orbiting the Sun (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.)

-The mass of the sun is about 330,000 times greater than the Earth.

-The sun makes up about 99.86% of the solar systems mass.

The Sun is about 4.5 billion years old. Hopefully, it will look like it does today in the future before running out of hydrogen.

Shown above is a solar flare. A solar flare is a sudden change and intense brightness. It only occurs when magnetic energy has built up in the atmsphere and then been released.

-The Sun is about 109 times of the Earth's size, which is equivalent to being able to fit 1 million Earths inside the Sun. This is all the earths inside the sun.

This is a graph of the Sun each year.

The Sun travels at 220 kilometers per second.

This video is stating how and why we need the sun for our daily lives and how plants and animals also need the Sun for daily life.

This picture shows the inside layers and structures of the Sun. Each one of these parts of the Sun work and cycle together.

-The Sun is about 3 quarters of hydrogen and the remainder of it is helium.


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