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By what process does the Sun generate energy? nuclear fusion
Which of the following correctly compares the Sun's energy generation process to the energy generation process in human-built nuclear power plants? The Sun generates energy by fusing small nuclei into larger ones, while our power plants generate energy by the fission (splitting) of large nuclei.
Which of these things poses the greatest hazard to communications satellites? particles from the Sun
Scientists estimate the central temperature of the Sun using mathematical models of the Sun.
At the center of the Sun, fusion converts hydrogen into helium, energy, and neutrinos.
Solar energy leaves the core of the Sun in the form of photons.
How does the number of neutrinos passing through your body at night compare with the number passing through your body during the day? about the same
The source of energy that keeps the Sun shining today is _________. nuclear fusion
Created by: zemca