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The sun is huge: compared to the Earth it has 100 times the diameter, a million times the volume - the Earth would be a tiny ball if placed next to the enormous solar storm, or prominence, in the upper right. This image also nicely evokes the upwelling of energy coming from the sun's hydrogen fusion furnace deep in its core. The heat from this furnace rises up to the surface, where it is released into space as light. Just a tiny fraction of this strikes the Earth.

The sun is huge: compared to the Earth it has 100 times the diameter, a million times the volume - the Earth would be a tiny ball if placed next to the enormous solar storm, or prominence, in the upper right. This image also nicely evokes the upwelling of energy coming from the sun's hydrogen fusion furnace deep in its core. The heat from this furnace rises up to the surface, where it is released into space as light. Just a tiny fraction of this strikes the Earth.

rock garden designs | Rock Garden Design Tips, 15 Rocks Garden Landscape Ideas

Rock Garden Design Tips, 15 Rocks Garden Landscape Ideas

rock garden designs | Rock Garden Design Tips, 15 Rocks Garden Landscape Ideas

What is an EMP and How to Survive | Prepper Guides UK

What is an EMP and How to Survive | Prepper Guides UK

Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead  many to righteousness, like the stars forever  and ever.~Daniel 12:3

Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness, like the stars forever and ever.~Daniel 12:3

The huge globular cluster Omega Centauri showing new hot stars in blue, white dwarf stars and older, red stars.

The huge globular cluster Omega Centauri showing new hot stars in blue, white dwarf stars and older, red stars.

Black hole 0.0 I have always wondered what a black hole looked like.

Black hole 0.0 I have always wondered what a black hole looked like.

An enhanced image of the Moon taken with the NOAO Mosaic CCD camera using two NSF telescopes at Kitt Peak National Observatory. The Moon is superimposed on a separate image of the sky.

An enhanced image of the Moon taken with the NOAO Mosaic CCD camera using two NSF telescopes at Kitt Peak National Observatory. The Moon is superimposed on a separate image of the sky.

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