Results for: Photosphere

In Science

What is the photosphere?

An astronomical objects photosphere is the depth of the outer shellof light radiation surrounding the star. The term is derived fromAncient Greek.

What is the suns photosphere?

The glowing layer that you can see, because it emits visible light. Other layers are either too hot or too cold to be seen.
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What is the sun's photosphere?

The photosphere of the sun is the thin layer from which most of the light produced from the sun is emitted.
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In The Sun

What is the Photosphere on the sun?

The Sun's photosphere is the layer of the Sun that is very visible and it usually produces most of the sunlight.
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What is the color of the photosphere?

The Sun's photosphere is, essentially, white. It's almost the definition of white, since it's what our eyes have developed to see as white.
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In Stars

What does the photosphere do?

The photosphere is the visible surface of a star, such as the Sun. It consists of a zone in which the gaseous layers change from being completely opaque to radiation, to being (MORE)
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Where can you find the photosphere?

I think it's in the Earth's atmosphere, but i'm not sure. you should check wikipedia or yahoo answers just in case, k? ;)