Nuclear fusion occurs in the solar core.
it happens in the core (center) of the sun (nuclear fusion happens only at high temperature and pressure).
yes nuclear fusion does occur on the sun, creating intense heat and light
In our sun, deep in the core. In larger stars fusion may occur in a shell around the core.
Yes, in the stars' core. Nuclear fusion takes place at the heart of every star.
What is a finalproduct of nuclear fusion in the sun
The Sun gets its energy from nuclear fusion.The Sun gets its energy from nuclear fusion.The Sun gets its energy from nuclear fusion.The Sun gets its energy from nuclear fusion.
Because that is where the pressure and temperature are highest
helium, light, heat
The sun, stars and hydrogen bombs.
Not nuclear, it takes an extremely hight temperature for Fusion to occur with in the sun or any other star. ADDED: Yes "nuclear". Fusion is one of the two type of nuclear reaction, the other being Fission.
it happens when two stars love each other very much and then magically pops out a nuclear fusion
The core is the site of nuclear fusion on the sun.
The basic answer is that nuclear fusion can only occur at VERY high temperatures like MILLIONS of degrees. You can relate it to the sun where the sun is around 10mil degrees and bonds hydrogen atoms to form helium.
Fusion takes place in the core, where the temperature and pressure are much higher, which is necessary for fusion.
Nuclear fusion in the center of the Sun heats it up.Nuclear fusion in the center of the Sun heats it up.Nuclear fusion in the center of the Sun heats it up.Nuclear fusion in the center of the Sun heats it up.
Only at the core, where the temperatures and pressures are high enough.
Interior of the sun.
nuclear fusion occurs when the forces balance from the sun
Nuclear fusion occurs in the central core of the Sun.