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Curious Kids: why is the Sun's atmosphere hotter than its surface?

By Hannah Schunker, Lecturer of Physics, University of Newcastle
David Pontin, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Newcastle
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The temperature of the Sun’s surface is about 6,000℃. But higher above the surface, in the atmosphere, it suddenly shoots up to more than a million degrees!

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