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Sun Layer Questions

Questions on layers of the sun

The temperature in this layer is about 15 million degrees celsius. It is where the sun's energy is produced. The Core
A medium sized yellow star that is at the center of our solar system. The Sun
The high energy particle that is produced and release in the core. Photon
In this layer, it may take photons millions of years to pass through Radiative Zone
In this layer, energy continue to make their way outward toward lower temperature and pressure in a circular pattern. Convective Zone
This is the part of the sun's atmosphere that we can see because it emits light at visible wavelengths. Photosphere
This area of the sun's atmosphere is only visible during a solar eclipse because the moon blocks the photosphere. Chromosphere
The is the hottest area of the sun's atmosphere. It is visible during a solar eclipse. Corona
Name of the tool used to study the visible light of the sun Spectrometer
The process of converting hydrogen nuclei into helium nuclei Nuclear Fusion
relatively cool, dark patches on the sun's surface that follow an 11 year cycle. They are visible from Earth. Sunspots
a massive burst of solar wind that rises about the sun's corona and can reach temperatures of tens of millions of degrees. Corona Mass Ejection
Created by: nprincilus