Asked in Education, Fossil Fuels
What does the sun have to do with fossil fuels?
fossil fuels are the remains of dead plant matter, mostly plankton. Those plants use the sun to preform photosynthis. So the sun in a way grew the materials that the oil and coal we use today are made up of. ...
Asked in Astronomy
What is the sizes of stars?
Diameters of stars vary between a fraction of that of the Sun (for red dwarves) to several hundred times the Sun's diameter (for red giants). The lower end is even less for stars that have finished their fuels, such as white dwarves (about 1/100 the diameter of the Sun), neutron stars (20 or 30 km) and black holes. ...
Sun and stars are called what in the solar system?
Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. ...
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Planetary Science
How is the sun different from the stars is it because it is different or what?
the sun and the stars are the same the only difference is that the stars are farther away and the sun is closer ...
What are the nonrenewable fuels start with the sun as there primary source of energy?
all nonrenewable fuels can be traced back to the sun as a primary energy source ...