What Is a Granule on the Sun?

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Granules on the sun are convective cells which are formed through the process of granulation. These granules form blobs of rising and falling gas in the sun's photosphere. The granules have a diameter of 1000 km and lasts for less than 20 minutes before dissipating.
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