Why are sunspots black?
sunspots apear to be black that mean they are cooler spots on the sun
Sunspots are blindingly bright - they only appear dark due to the contrast of the surrounding matter, which is hotter and therefore brighter. Sunspots are typically around 1200 degrees Celsius (or Kelvin) cooler than the surroundings. For more information about sunspots, I suggest reading the Wikipedia article on sunspots, or at least the introductory paragraphs.
Sunspots are spots/dots that appear on the sun. A sunspot is a net of the sun's magnetic field that bursts up. Sunspots looks black, but they aren't, they just shine/glow less than the sun. The surface of the sun in 5,800 degrees Celsius and the sunspots are 4,500 degrees Celsius. A solar flare or solar wind (they're both the same) is formed with one of the "nets" breaks, when that happens a wind/flare is released…