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15 October, 21:51

Nuclear reactions, where hydrogen atoms are fused together to become helium, take place in thE

core of the sun. The energy released in this process eventually becomes

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  1. 15 October, 23:03
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    It turns into light-emitting solar explosions

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    These explosions are very similar to hydrogen pumps, thus generating a large amount of energy to be released in said reaction, on the other hand it allows matter from the nucleus of the sun to enter a plasma state, that is, a consistency similar to plasma
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