the fusion of 4 hydrogen atoms to form 1 helium atom.
Fusion of light atoms results in new energy,
just as the breaking apart (fission) of heavy atoms does.
It happens that iron is the mid-point (i.e. the atom with the least binding energy).
The cores of stars, such as our sun, have high enough temperatures and pressures to enable fusion of hydrogen nuclii - it is very difficult to fuse these positively charged particle together without these conditions. The mass of the neuclii before fusion is greater than the final mass of the fused particles - some of the mass is converted directly into energy through Einsteins equation E=mc2. m represents the mass, which although very small, is multiplied by the speed of light squred (c2), which is a very large number.
result of nuclear fusion inside the core of the sun
The energy released by the sun is nearly all from nuclear fusion reactions.
fusion of hydrogen
No, the Earth gets its energy from the sun, not producing its own energy.
All animal life on the earth get their energy indirectly from the sun as they consume plants that get their energy directly from the sun or other animals that have consumed plants.
It gets hot
The further you get away form the sun the less intense its radiation gets.
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.
it gets its energy from the sun.
Energy that water gets from the sun is most commonly absorbed in the form of heat.
the sun is where coal gets it energy.
it doesn't get energy directly from the sun it gets the suns energy from whatever producers it eats and if its a carnivore than it eats herbivores and herbivores eat producers so the rat gets energy from the herbivore which gets energy from the sun.
The grass gets it's energy from the sun and then the rabbit eats the grass.
By nuclear fusion.
from the sun
light from the sun