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Convection zone

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The convection zone is the 3rd layer of the radiative zone.[1] Sun has really hot plasma, because Sun's prominence erupts due to the Sun's rotational speed. Sun is really hot because of the temperature. Sun has a core like Earth. Sun is the largest star in our solar system because of its mass.[2] The inner planets temperature are hot, warm, and cold.

The largest layer of the sun[change | change source]

The largest layer of the sun is the corona. The corona is the sun's atmosphere. Its star's atmosphere is over a million degrees celsius. The sun has an atmosphere, surrounded by gas.

What is the atmosphere like?

Sun has a really thick atmosphere, compared to other stars.

It shows:

• The atmosphere

• The corona

• Sun's core

The Sun has a atmosphere, surrounded by hot gas.[3] Its surface temperature is 10,340°F (6,000°C) And the sun is a very hot place to live. - Dwayne Saubon

Layers[change | change source]

The layers of The Sun[4]

  1. Corona
  2. Radiative zone
  3. Convective zone
  4. Upper and lower chromosphere
  5. Photosphere
  6. Core

References[change | change source]

  1. How stars may look like in the past? The stars are really hot and cold. Saubon, Dwayne. (1978) What Star Is That.
  2. Saubon, Dwayne. (2016) What Is The Mass Of Our Sun?
  3. Saubon, Dwayne. (2021) Is Atmosphere Surrounded By Gas.
  4. Saubon, Dwayne. (1920) How Many Layers Of The Sun?.
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