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Chapter 29 vocab

The process by which nuclei of small atoms combine to form a new, more massive nucleus; the process releases energy. Nuclear Fusions
The visible surface of the sun. Photosphere
The thin layer of the sun that is just above the photosphere and that glows a reddish color during eclipses. Chromosphere
The outermost layer of the sun’s atmosphere. Corona
A dark area of the photosphere of the sun that is cooler than the surrounding areas and that has a strong magnetic field. Sunspot
An explosive release of energy that comes from the sun and that is associated with magnetic disturbances on the sun’s surface. Solar Flare
Coronal gas that is thrown into space from the sun. Coronal mass ejection
Colored light produced by charged particles from the solar wind and from the magnetosphere that react with and excite the oxygen and nitrogen of Earth’s upper atmosphere. Auroa
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