How Many Lumens Is the Sun?

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There is no exact measurement for the amount of lumens in the sun because the intensity of the light from the sun is often changing. In general, the sun is said to have about 10,000 lumens per square feet. Lumens is used to measure the amount of light emitted from something per second. Light bulbs are said to have lumens and the amount of lumens in a light bulb can vary depending on its wattage, the type of light bulb, the glass used, and the color of the bulb.
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The sun emits around 10 million lumens.
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~3.75×1028 lm
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I believe it's in the neighborhood of 4 x 10^28 Lm.
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Firstly here's some basic information about photometry or the science of measurement of light. The unit lumen measures the total quantity of visible light or luminous flux emitted
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