How Did the Sun Get Its Name?


The sun is amazing, all the heat generated by the sun and it is not consumed. The sun really does not have a name other than sun. However, sun originated from the Latin word ' Sol' which means sun. The sun is approximated 860,000 miles in diameter. You can find more information here:
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