What is the sun?

The sun is an ordinary star, many in the universe. It was formed from the gas remaining at the site of the larger star explosion. Today, at the time of its maturity, the Sun emits even yellow light and constantly gives the Earth warm. However, it emits mortally dangerous gamma, X-ray, infrared, ultraviolet rays and radio waves. Fortunately, the atmosphere and magnetic field of the Earth reliably protect people from this harmful rays.

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