How Hot Is the Sun?

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The temperature of the sun’s top layer, the photosphere is 6,000 degrees but the core of the sun is believed to have temperatures of between 15 million and 27 million degrees.
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The mean surface temperature of the Sun is 5506°C (9944°F)
The mean core temperature of the Sun is 15,000,000°C(27,000,032°F)
The sun is 15,000,000 degree centrigade hot
The sun is very hot. The surface of the sun is about 10,000 degrees F. Sunspots are slightly cooler at about 6,700 degrees F. The center of the sun is the hottest, at 27,000,000 F. You can find more information here: http://www.enotes.com/science-fact-finder/space/how-hot-sun
The surface of the sun is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit or 5,500 degrees Celsius. At the core of the sun it is 15 million degrees Celsius or 27 million degrees Fahrenheit.
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