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The Sun is a main-sequence star, and thus generates its energy by nuclear fusion of hydrogen nuclei into helium. In its core, the Sun fuses 620 million metric tons of hydrogen each second. In nuclear physics, nuclear fusion is a reaction in which two or more atomic nuclei come close ...

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The Sun s Structure and Nuclear Fusion ... The most important reaction within the core of the Sun is the process called the "proton-proton cycle." photons In the  ...

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The Sun shines because it is able to convert energy from gravity into light. How does it ... The same process occurs in thermonuclear (fusion) bombs. In the Sun ...

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Aug 26, 2011 ... How nuclear fusion works in the sun and how photons from this fusion provide us with solar energy here on Earth for things like photovoltaics ...

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The energy from the Sun - both heat and light energy - originates from a nuclear fusion process that is occurring inside the core of the Sun. The specific type of ...

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May 4, 2015 ... The Sun contains 99.8 percent of all matter in the solar system. ... process of nuclear fusion powers the tremendous energy output of the sun.
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Oct 6, 2009 ... A project I did for chemistry about nuclear fusion in the sun...

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[/caption] The Sun is hot. Really really hot. But all of the heat and light coming from the Sun comes from the fusion process happening deep inside the core of the ...

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Mar 7, 2011 ... The process which heats the sun is nuclear fusion. This reaction is exemplified in Einstein's famous E=mc2 equation which states that mass can ...

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Q. Is there any place in the sun where the temperature is high enough for nuclear fusion to take place? This is an excellent question. We know the temperature at ...