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PHOTOSPHERE The lowest layer of the Suns atmosphere that is also the visible part we see.
CHROMOSPHERE The middle layer of the Suns atmosphere that is hotter than the Suns surface.
CORONA Top layer of the Suns atmosphere that is millions of degrees in temperature and only visible during a solar eclipse.
SOLAR WIND Wind of charged particles from the Sun that flows out from the Suns corona.
SUNSPOT Dark spot on the Suns surface that usually occurs in pairs. Cooler than the surrounding surface and caused by the Suns magnetic field.
FUSION Process in a stars core in which atoms are joined together to form heavier atoms by extreme heat and density.
SPECTRUM All of the wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation arranged from shortest to longest.
BINARY STAR Two stars that orbit a common center of mass.
PARALLAX Apparent shift or change in position of an object caused by a change in position of the observer.
PROTOSTAR Hot, dense object at the center of a collapsing nebula that will become a star when nuclear fusion reactions begin.
The Sun. Structure of the Sun Core- center energy produced Radioactive Zone Convective Zone- gasses circulate Photosphere- visible part of the Sun Chromosphere.
The Sun. 99% of the matter of the solar system is in the Sun. The Sun is an Average Star (main sequence star) The sun is not a Binary Star. (most stars.
+ The Sun. Sun Facts Makes life on our planet possible by giving us great amounts of light and heat Contains about 98% of the mass of the entire Solar.
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Sun Notes. Characteristics CLOSEST star to earth CLOSEST star to earth The bright star in the center is Proxima Centauri.
The Sun ROBOTS Summer Solar Structure Core - the center of the Sun where nuclear fusion releases a large amount of heat energy and converts hydrogen.
Lesson 3.3: The Sun Lesson 3: What is the structure of the sun? What features can you see on the sun?
1. Name one part of the sun. 2. Is the sun a solid, liquid or gas? 3. How hot was the center of the sun when it officially became a star?
The Sun – Our Local Star Only star in our solar system Consists mostly of Hydrogen Gas Hydrogen turns into helium producing energy that is the source of.
The Sun Chapter 3 Lesson 6 Page 122. What is the structure of the Sun Does not have a solid surface ¾ hydrogen, ¼ helium Tiny amounts of other elements.
Our Sun 93 million miles from Earth 150 million kilometers Earth 99.8% of the mass of our solar system.
The Sun a medium sized star 93,000,000 miles away 109 times diameter of Earth 1 million Earths could fit in the Sun Made of gas: 82% hydrogen, 17% helium,
The Sun By Mrs. Allen. I. Layers of the Sun A. The Core: The center of the sun where fusion takes place. B. Radiation zone: energy flows from core. C.
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Sun, Moon, Earth, How do they work together to help life survive? our sun.
The Sun Composed of hydrogen and helium. Very dense core, all gaseous because of the very high temperatures. The Sun is the largest object in terms of.
The Sun. Introduction sun’s gravity is most powerful force in solar system Force so strong because of Sun’s mass 99.8 % of the mass of the solar system.
The Sun What is the fate of our sun and other stars?
Solar Properties Has more than 99% the mass of our solar system Has more than 99% the mass of our solar system Diameter: 1,390,000 km Diameter: 1,390,000.
Sun Lesson 3. Sun The sun is a star located at the center of our solar system. The nearest star from earth and our engine for life. It is a medium-sized.
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Our Sun 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) from Earth 99.8% of the mass of our solar system.
Chapter 9 The Sun. 9.4 The Active Sun Sunspots: appear dark because slightly cooler than surroundings:
Lesson 2. At the center of our solar system is the Sun which is a typical medium sized star. Composed mainly of Hydrogen (73% by mass), 23% helium.
Chapter 4; Lesson 4.1 T.O.C: The Sun is our Local Star.
The Sun 6.E.1.2 Explain why Earth sustains life while other planets do not based on their properties (including types of surface, atmosphere and gravitational.
The Sun’s Size, Heat and Temperature After completing this section, students will explain nuclear fusion, and describe the sun and compare it to other.
The Sun’s Structure & Features Chapter 26.1 Chapter % H 28% He The sun is made up of gas Temps: 15 million K at core / 5000 K at surface The sun.
Bellwork What two properties effect the force of gravity?
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The Sun Unit 5 PESS 2. Energy from the Sun Electromagnetic energy is a type of energy that can travel through space an example is visible light Light.
The Sun Astronomy 311 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 23.
Learning Log Do you think that solar power is a good option to use here in Jacksonville? Why or why not? Answer the question and explain your reasoning.
Lesson Objectives: Describe the structure of the Sun Describe sunspots, prominences, and solar flares.
Absolute Magnitude: is a measure of the amount of light it gives off. Apparent Magnitude: is a measure of the amount of light received on Earth. A star.
1,000,000 Earths could fit inside contains 99% of the solar system’s mass Diameter of 1,400,000 km If the sun were the size of a bottle cap, the.
THE SUN. The Sun The sun has a diameter of 900,000 miles (>100 Earths could fit across it) >1 million Earths could fit inside it. The sun is composed.
The Sun is our Local Star Pages Energy Flows Through the Sun’s Layers The Sun produces energy from Hydrogen and turns it into Helium The Sun.
The Sun The Sun in X-rays over several years The Sun is a star: a shining ball of gas powered by nuclear fusion. Luminosity of Sun = 4 x erg/s =
The Solar System. Nebula Theory (our solar system) The solar system started from the spinning and condensing of a cloud of dust and gas. The greatest.
Chapter 20, Section 2 The Sun Anne Marie Scrudato’s notes borrowed by Rusty Sturken.
The Sun Earth Science - Mr. Gallagher. The Sun is the Earth's nearest star. Similar to most typical stars, it is a large ball of hot electrically charged.
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THE SUN Energy from the sun, in the form of sunlight supports all life via photosynthesis, and drives the Earth’s climate and weather.
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