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Fun facts about the sun

En este articulo les contare algunos datos y curiosidades sobre el sol. Interesting facts about the sun  that we should all know? We invite you to read this article. Sun: in common consciousness, the star closest to us, the center of our system around which the planets revolve. Located 149,600,000 km from Earth, the perfect source of life and energy on Earth. In the artistic imagination of the youngest, there is a huge yellow circle from which fine rays extend on all sides. But what is the sun, what is its role? Here are some facts about the sun that we may not have heard of yet.

Gives Energy, Light and Heat: Interesting Facts About the Sun

What is the sun? What is the composition? Our closest star is mostly hot plasma, held in place by natural gravity, forming an almost perfect ball. It consists of three-quarters of hydrogen. In addition to this element, the sun generates mainly helium, as well as oxygen, carbon, neon and iron. If we weighed our entire planetary system, the Sun would make up almost 99.9% of its total mass. However, compared to other stars in space, it is, in terms of volume, a fairly average representative of its species. In terms of classification, they are known as the “yellow dwarf”.

What is the temperature in the sun? The temperature at the hottest point, the core, is around 15 million degrees Celsius. In the coldest place, around 6,000 degrees Celsius. Our closest star is about 4.5 billion years old. Therefore, it has not yet reached the middle of its existence. It is predicted that there will be 6.3 billion years in the future. Until then, we will have to find some space in which to develop. That is why the world of science pays so much attention to places in the universe that they can resemble our planetary system. The search continues, although we still have some time left. Sunlight reaches Earth in about 8 minutes. The name of our closest star to us comes from a proto-Slavic word that sounds very similar. Therefore, “sun” in Russian sounds almost the same as ours.

Fun facts about the sun

The sun is a source of energy necessary for the life of all organisms on Earth. If it disappeared, we would not only lose our trace in the solar system, but also our main source of light and heat. Our closest star is, in other words, the life-giving force responsible for photosynthesis in plants, but it is also a source of vitamin D for us. But these are just a few of the many elements that make up the complex chain of relationships between us and the yellow dwarf. In other words, we would not exist without the sun.

For many hundreds of years, man has been aware of the power of our star, but only in the current era can he use it really effectively. The sun is a perfect and infinite source of energy that can be converted into electricity. The patent has been perfected for several decades. Solar panels that we have known for a long time only gave off heat and, for example, calculator batteries could only convert enough energy to be enough for the operation of a small device. Over the years, people wanted to efficiently use solar radiation to produce energy, but now it is entirely possible thanks to photovoltaic panels.

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The photovoltaic solar plant  works quite simply. Located on the roof or in the free part of the plot, the silicon cells in the form of large plates capture sunlight and its energy and transfer it to the inverter. This transforms this energy from the sun into electricity and transfers it to the home (or business) facility, which distributes it directly to the sockets. As a result, we get standard current. In addition, completely free and completely environmentally friendly, because such an installation  does not adversely affect the environment  .

Some interesting facts about the sun

El sol es una estrella alrededor de la cual se han creado muchos estereotipos y teorías falsas a lo largo de los años, pero nuestro conocimiento sobre el sol ha aumentado significativamente. A continuación presentamos mucha información sobre el sol . Descubra qué son los meteoros, cuánta electricidad produce el sol, cuándo será el próximo eclipse solar en Polonia y cuándo será el más cercano, cuánto tiempo necesita Plutón para girar alrededor del sol. Todos estos y más datos interesantes sobre el sol a continuación:

– El sol no se detiene . Así como los planetas de nuestro sistema se mueven a lo largo de caminos con nuestra estrella más cercana como centro, el sol se mueve a lo largo del centro de la Vía Láctea.

– En el siglo XIX, existía una teoría que decía que los meteoros que vuelan a la Tierra son restos de Sol quemado , que funciona como un alto horno y, a veces, expulsa partículas incandescentes.

– En solo un día y solo un metro cuadrado recibe hasta 164 Watt de energía. Si pudiera ser interceptada y almacenada energía cayendo sobre cada metro cuadrado de la Tierra, incluso en solo un segundo, ¡tendríamos reservas de energía para un millón de años !

– Los eclipses solares, desde la perspectiva de puntos geográficos únicos, son extremadamente raros. Sin embargo, incluso los sacerdotes del antiguo Egipto pudieron calcular este fenómeno con tal perfección que utilizaron sus conocimientos para chantajear a la gente común . “Ahora te quitaremos el sol”.

– El eclipse solar total más cercano, disponible en Polonia, será visible el 7 de octubre de 2135 . Entonces tenemos que esperar un poco. Es peor si el clima está nublado ese día. Sin embargo, si alguien creyera que no llegaría a este punto de la historia, podría ir a Sudamérica el próximo año. El 14 de diciembre de 2020, el eclipse solar total será visible allí .

“If Superman really got to the moon, he wouldn’t be able to put the overturned American flag back in its full colors.” The banners have been faded in the sunlight and are now white  .

–  Pluto (which as you know is no longer considered a planet) 248 years of earthly needs in full sun  .

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