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Old 25-05-2018, 12:38 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by truegroup View Post
The Sun emits no gamma rays. They cannot escape. The x-rays are weak as crap. Prove me wrong if you say otherwise.

Your guesswork about the Sun doesn't interest me
Well this is from your own NASA
The Sun as an X-ray Source
The Sun has a surface temperature of approximately 6,000 Kelvin, or around 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The solar surface emits most of its electromagnetic radiation as visible light, or the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum we can see with our eyes. A 6,000 K star should be an extraordinarily weak source of X-rays.

In the late 1940s, sounding rocket experiments showed that the Sun is, in fact, a very strong X-ray emitter. Astronomers were surprised! What's going on?

The X-rays we detect from the Sun do not come from the Sun's surface, but from the solar corona, which is the upper layer of the Sun's atmosphere. Only very hot gases can emit X-rays, and the corona, at millions of degrees, is hot enough to emit X-rays, while the much cooler surface of the Sun is not. Thus, the Sun's atmosphere is an excellent source of X-rays.

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