How Hot Can the Sun Get?

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The core of the sun can reach a staggering 15 million (15,000,000) Celsius. It's outer layer reaches temperatures of 6,000 Celsius. The interior of the sun could hold 1.3 million earths.
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The sun's surface is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Far too hot for anything to live on or even go near. The suns core is even hotter with an average temperature of about 27,000,000
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The sun's surface is about 9941 degrees Fahrenheit, with the core reaching a scorching 27 million degrees.
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The surface of the sun is about 10000 degrees F.The core of the sun which is the middle, is about 30000-50000 degrees F.Scientists do not have the exact ammount yet.Just an estimate.Hope
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1. Drink plenty of water. This will most. definitely. help you stay cool. Fill up a drink bottle with water, not soft drinks or even juice, just water. Carry it around with you and
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