Typically a Granule in the Photosphere Is about?

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A photoshere is the region from which external light originates in an astronomical object. Heat convection below the photosphere causes a mottled appearance which is called granulation. The convection of the granule produces columns of hot gas and represents the tops of convection currents.
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