Subject: What is the surface density of the sun?
Date: Mon Apr 2 20:44:00 2001
Posted by Jim
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: No school entered.
City: Schaumburg State/Province: Illinois
Area of science: Astronomy
I heard somewhere that the surface density of the sun was about equal to wood.
Is this about right? Also, does the sun have a definite atmosphere-surface
boundry like Earth or does the atmosphere just get denser the deeper you go
resulting in no definite "surface"?
Re: What is the surface density of the sun?
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