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NASA reveals Parker Solar Probe discoveries


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That's very interesting. I'd not thought there would be a dusty layer around the Sun.

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7 hours ago, DieChecker said:

That's very interesting. I'd not thought there would be a dusty layer around the Sun.

The fact that it is hotter outside has in the past made me speculate that the form is more dynamic than just a fireball. It's a shame we can't peer deeper i bet there is a lot more layers even! But why not dust? Fire leaves ash.

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59 minutes ago, Nnicolette said:

The fact that it is hotter outside has in the past made me speculate that the form is more dynamic than just a fireball. 

That it is "more dynamic" than a fireball has been known since it was first discovered that it isn't a "fireball". That was with the discovery of nuclear fusion in the 1930s.

1 hour ago, Nnicolette said:

But why not dust? Fire leaves ash.

Because it ISN'T a fire. It is a nuclear furnace. The reaction that converts hydrogen into helium is not a chemical fire, it leaves no dust.

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1 hour ago, Nnicolette said:

 But why not dust? Fire leaves ash.

Because fusion of hydrogen to helium has nothing to do with the process of conversion of flammable substances.

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On 12/6/2019 at 3:05 AM, Holly Noelle said:

nasa...Never a Straight Answer?

 

NASA does give straight answers, but they require that you listen and try to understand, instead of just crying conspiracy.

On 12/6/2019 at 2:54 AM, Holly Noelle said:

I would love to view the raw images of that.

Lets be honest here, even if you saw the raw images would it change anything for you ?

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