How Hot Is the Surface of the Sun?

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The surface of the sun is called the photosphere. It gives off the sun’s energy in form of heat and light. The photosphere’s temperature ranges from 5,500 to 6000 °C.
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The temperature of the sun itself is 6,000 degrees Celsius, but the temperature of the sun's surface (photosphere) is 5,600 degrees Celsius.
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6,000°C (11,000°F)
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The surface of the Sun is called photosphere and the temperature at photosphere is
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The temperature of the surface of the sun is 5,778 K (9,941 degrees Fahrenheit). It's a yellow dwarf star in the center of the solar system
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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 surface of the Sun is extremely hot. The surface of the Sun is 5,778 degrees Kelvin which is about 5,500 degrees Celsius or 9,940 degrees Fahrenheit.
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