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Is there anything special about the Sun's photosphere in terms of density?
The Earth has a definite boundary between rocky/ watery surface and gaseous atmosphere. The same cannot be said of the sun. Even though the photosphere gives an apparent "edge" to the sun via the ...
Jul 19 '12 at 12:55
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