What part of the sun sends out solar winds?
Solar winds are sent out from the upper atmosphere of the sun.
Solar winds blow the debris of the traveling comet to make it appear it has a tail.
Solar winds are caused by charged particles that are ejected into the upper atmosphere of the sun. The sun continues to make these streams of charged particles and sending them into space.
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.
the four types of sun stormes are prominences, solar flares, solar winds, and sunspots.
The solar winds from the Sun, because Mercury is so close, blow the atmosphere away. Therefore, all of the gases it has are from the Sun because the solar winds are constantly replacing Mercury's atmosphere.
The solar winds move at roughly 1 million miles per hour, which means that they take about four days to travel from the Sun to the Earth.
A: Massive explosions on the sun surface that releases tremendous energy called solar winds that causes disruption of communication while the winds lasts
because of the solar winds
Solar winds originate from the Sun's corona. These winds vary in speed and carry with them magnetic clouds and can produce storms in the Earth's magnetosphere.
"Solar" means "related to the Sun", so any part of the Sun is "solar".
No, they are two different concepts. A corona is a layer of energy plasma around the Sun or another star; a magnetosphere is phenomena in which the magnetic field of a planet interacts with the solar winds.
Solar Flares, Solar Winds, the water level attracts heat. Satalite temperazation.
The Solar Winds
solar storms or winds hit the ozone
Yes the sun is part of our solar system. It is actually the very center of our solar system. All our planets revolve around the sun.
The major part of our Solar System is the Sun.
The winds of outer space are called solar winds. Not really air but it is the movement of gases and charged particles coming from the sun or the planets into outer space.
Yes. Any suitably large object can be used as a solar sail, so that the charged particles push the sail away from the sun, just as a ship moves in winds on Earth.
No, Sirius is not part of our solar system. The only star in our solar system is the sun.
Solar winds blow away melted particles on a comet which forms a tail that always points away from the sun
The relationship between the two is their energy source which is the sun.
a comet gets a tail as it gets closer to the sun, due to solar winds.
There is no such thing as an "everlasting" source of energy; but the energy from our Sun (among other things) can last a long, long time.
Solar Prominence: The part of the sun that erupts and shoots out for thousands of kilometers and back again forming ribbon shaped clouds. Solar Flare: The part of the sun that erupts and shoots out from the surface of the sun for thousands of kilometers.
The nine planets in our solar system are the ones surrounding the sun. Otherwise, the sun itself has no planets, but the solar system of which the sun is a part of does.
Yes it is. In our solar system the star is the Sun. It's very much part of the system. In fact "solar" is a word derived from "SOL" (another name for the Sun).
"Solar wind is something that refers to the Sun producing a wind of different particles. It contains protons and electrons, and you can find out more about it on Wikipedia."
Tears in the suns corona provide an exit for solar winds. Solar wind are a released stream of plasma from the sun.
Yes. The sun is part of the solar system, so the solar system is obviously bigger than it.
Oversimplified analogy: the solar wind is a near continuous fairly gentle outflow of gas from the sun in all directions, a solar flare is a giant hurricane force gust blown suddenly away from the sun in one single direction.
A comet's tail lengthens as it approaches the sun due to greater solar winds. A comets tail always faces away from the sun.
Yes, everything that orbits our sun, including everything that orbits everything that orbits our sun, is part of the solar system.
The sun is part of the solar system, of which the Earth is also part. There is no "earth system."
Only one of them is part of our solar system. The one that is is called "the Sun".
Yes, everything that orbits the sun is part of our solar system.
None of them. To be part of the "solar system" you have to revolve around the Sun.
About 99% of the solar nebula's matter became the sun.
because the acient roman's called the sun sol' and the sun is a part of the solar system.
the answer is mercury because it is so close to the sun that the solar winds blow away the atmosphere.
The sun is very different from other planets in the solar system because it has the most h igh winds?
its not a planet.....
While the earth and the sun are roughly at steady state (the output of the sun stays fairly constant and the earth absorbs the energy from it at a fairly constant rate) they are not in equilibrium. To be at equilibrium, they would have to be sending out and receiving equal amounts of energy and mass. The sun sends out far more energy than the earth as well as dumping a lot more mass, in… Read More
A comets tail is pushes away from the sun by solar winds .This also means that the tail can be in front or behind the comet
Comet's change direction because when a comet gets close to the sun it is pushed away by the solar winds.
Anywhere on the surface of the sun.
Yes. Halley's Comet is a comet that orbits our sun, and the definition of "Part of the solar system" is 'Any object that orbits our sun.'
There is one star in our solar system: the sun.
The sun is the centrl point of the solar system.
The word solar is an adjective. It means to be pertaining to the sun.