core, radioactive zone, convection zone
The sun does not have an atmosphere. In the earth, the temperature in the different layers is not evenly distributed.
the four main layers of the sun are: - corona - chromosphere - photosphere - sunspots (^_^) hope I answered it correctly..
The sun has an extremely powerful gravitational field, and as a result, denser materials tend to fall to the lower layers.
Nine, if you include the minor layers, See related question.
The fluids with highest densities form the lowest layers. The fluids with lowest densities form the highest layers.
There are actually 5 layers. Going from the inside out they are: Thermonuclear Core, Radiative Zone, Convective Zone, Photosphere, and the Chromosphere.
It has 6 layers which are, from inside towards the surface:-CoreRadiative zoneConvective zonePhotosphereChromosphereCoronaIt also has features which appear in its outer layers:SunspotGranulesProminences
The outer layers can be seen directly; the inner layers can't, to a great extent (though neutrinos from the nuclear reactions get out immediately, and can be observed). Much of what happens inside the Sun is deduction, from what is known about how matter behaves.
Yes. They're called layers.
Substances with different densities will separate into layers.
outer layer: Crust Next: Mantle Next: Outer core Last: Inner core NOTE: these are the basic layers, there are many layers within layers made from different textures, densities, ect.
That depends how you choose to count the layers. You can find details about the individual layers in the Wikipedia article about the Sun, among other places.
Gravity - using a centrifuge to speed things up. Note that if the substances are mixable then this fails.