Monday, June 11, 2012
Show the Sun’s surface impression, recognized because the round off as it appear in ultraviolet light, graceful from the Sun to shape the solar wind. (Courtesy by SOHO) . SOHO is a project of international cooperation Between ESA and NASA.
Every feature of the outline image ground magnetic structure. The hottest areas appear almost white, while the darker red areas indicate cooler temperatures. The Sun is the nearest star to Earth, is who has made life possible on our planet. It belongs to the classification of spectral class G2 dwarf (intermediate), has a special feature that differentiates it from a multitude of stars that populate our Milky Way Galaxy.
The following information:
1) The distance from Earth to 150 million kilometers
2) Has a radius in Ecuador on (Earth = 1) 109
3) Your Mass (Earth = 1) is of 333,000
4) Has an plain size of 32 arc minutes
5) Has a sidereal rotation period of 25 days for Ecuador and 30 days for the poles.
6) The effective temperature is 5770 K
7) The scale.7
Given its convenience, is the most studied star which has allowed us to get very particular data?
Thanks to this proximity, they can study their spots and the behavior of the same; the bursts are another highly studied phenomenon.
In fact, our Sun It's like a huge laboratory study has allowed through it several disciplines develop as nuclear physics, atomic, plasma physics and magneto hydrodynamics.
This gaseous sphere generates heat through the core where hydrogen fuses to form helium. Nuclear fusion releases enormous amounts of energy, that after certain period escape to the surface through its photosphere, which is what we have to look at and whose temperature is 5,800 degrees at its core, keep a temperature change about 15 million degrees.
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