There might be, but wee have no way to find out.
If we get even remotly clos to the sun, we will burn away.
99.8 percent of the total mass of our solar system is the Sun, and most of the rest is Jupiter. If there were 500 planets the size of Jupiter, they would STILL all fit inside the Sun.
a ball of fire u cant get in side the sun
They both rotate about the center of mass of the Earth Sun System. This center of mass is located inside of the sun but is not the exact center of the sun. As the sun revolves about this point inside itself this causes the sun to wobble slightly. This wobble is how we are able to locate extrasolar planets.
Through convection inside the sun.
No, it is too hot for any life to be sustained inside the Sun.
it atchually traps things inside without it we will have no mass and fireball from sun will attack us
no there is not life on the sun.
Inside the sun, electrons are stripped from the protons by the sun´s intense heat.
No, there is know life on the sun.
If the Sun were larger than Earth's orbit, we'd be inside it. Are we inside it? There you go.
The Earth has two sources of energy, the sun's radiation and heat from inside the Earth. The sun is most important and life could hardly exist except at a very primitive level without it.
if you think about it, it's in the name sun. They need to grow outside to get to the sun. but you can grow them inside to.just put them by a window that has alot of sun
the sun is a star with lots of gases inside of it
No. Nothing in the sun is alive.
The sun represents life or a powerful life-force.
No it is too hot for any life to survive on the sun