Plasma made out of hydrogen
The surface of the Sun is called the photosphere, and consists primarily of hydrogen gas superheated to approximately 5800 degrees Celsius.
The sun is mostly made of hydrogen and helium.
The sun is made of mostly Hydrogen and Helium
The sun is made mostly of superheated hydrogen and helium.
No, the sun is mostly made of Hydrogen (74.9%) and Helium (23.8%).
The Earth and the Moon are not made mostly of gas but the Sun is.
The sun is made up mostly of hydrogen and helium.
Mostly from convection from the earth's surface (after being heated by the sun)
No. The sun burns at 27 million degrees Fahrenheit...no human or man made object can withstand that amount of heat, as of yet. Even the surface of the sun is hot enough to vaporize any known substance.
It is made up of hot fire . Sun has spots on its surface . It is very hot at the surface .
The Sun is mostly of hydrogen.
Earth and the other planets are mostly made of rock.
The sun is not made of rock. It is made mostly of the gasses hydrogen and helium. The sun is far too hot for anything to remain solid.
The sun is a giant mass of flaming hydrogen. Literally.
We know that stars (including our own sun) are made of mostly hydrogen and helium.
The sun is composed mostly of gas. Where it converts hydrogen to helium.
Plasma, mostly helium plasma.Also: hot.
Hydrogen and helium.
it is made of mostly hydrogen and helium