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Science: Sun Facts!

We all enjoy the sun in the summer, but how much do you really know about that ball of fire in the sky? Check out these Sun Facts! Back to Article

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-10-10 16:09:37 -0700

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-10-10 16:09:34 -0700

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-10-10 16:09:31 -0700

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-10-10 16:09:28 -0700

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-10-10 16:09:25 -0700

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thread
thread wrote:
2013-09-07 06:52:36 -0700

dude i feel bad 4 u wht teacher gives a test on da first day of school

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EmoSkittleGirl
EmoSkittleGirl wrote:
2013-08-30 18:10:13 -0700

Yeah.. this will help me when school start.. cause I got a test on the first day of school :P

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InnerInspiration
InnerInspiration wrote:
2013-08-25 02:57:21 -0700

Awesome!

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summerguy
summerguy wrote:
2013-08-16 18:16:28 -0700

I think you should have made it more interesting!!!

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marshmallo125
marshmallo125 wrote:
2013-07-30 04:15:52 -0700

thx you helped me learn a new subject

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yeukaitamia
yeukaitamia wrote:
2013-07-23 18:12:18 -0700

I only didn't know one of these

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ThatPerson123
ThatPerson123 wrote:
2013-07-15 18:32:24 -0700

I know! At least it will live longer than hypergiants...

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snoopy430
snoopy430 wrote:
2013-07-14 14:23:02 -0700

i already knew half this stuff

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Astrobob
Astrobob wrote:
2013-06-24 21:30:10 -0700

Too bad the sun will be gone in 4-5 billion years.

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ayiana1
ayiana1 wrote:
2013-06-20 15:31:15 -0700

this is awesome

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nikeyvian
nikeyvian wrote:
2013-06-16 15:43:47 -0700

I like the sun the way it is

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nikeyvian
nikeyvian wrote:
2013-06-16 15:41:58 -0700

science i love space

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hollyshadows
hollyshadows wrote:
2013-06-16 05:17:57 -0700

very good

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-Allie-
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-Allie- wrote:
2013-06-14 18:17:41 -0700

interesting.

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Beautyofheaven
Beautyofheaven wrote:
2013-06-13 21:48:23 -0700

hmmmmmmmmmmmm

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