Subject: What does our sun look like to astronauts ouside the earth's atmosphere?
Date: Tue Nov 24 19:36:44 1998
Posted by No name entered.
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: homeschool educator
City: Tallahassee State/Province: Fla.
Area of science: Astronomy
We see lots of photos of the Earth from orbiting space-craft, but
I am curious to know what the Sun looks like. Just another star?
A larger than normal star? Does it look smaller to an astronaut
outside the atmosphere than it looks when viewed from Earth -
and, if so, why?
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