SUN/RUBY

SUN/RUBY
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Sun is in center of the Universal Solar System. It is a nearly with earth and sphere of hot circle fire boll, in sun internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field. Sun is important source of energy for human beings life and nature.
Friendly Sun

In universe lots of stars available but Sun is the closest to Earth. It is in center of universal solar system.
Sun is a hot ball of glowing gases. It keeps our planet warm and giving energy for living things. It gives us light to see,
Planets moving around the sun in divine orbit. The planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, planets rounding the sun in their own distance

 

The Great Sun
Sun is a normal main-sequence G2 yellow color biggest star, one of more than 99 billion stars in galaxy.
The Sun Profile
Sun History
Sun is far the largest in the universal solar system. It contains more than 99% of the total mass of the Solar System (Jupiter planet contains most of the rest).
It often said that Sun is an “ordinary” star. That is true in the senses that there are many more others similar to it. But there are many smaller stars than larger ones; Sun is in the top 10% of them in mass. The size of stars in our galaxy is probably less than half the mass of Sun.
Sun is personified in many mythologies: the some people called it Surya Narayan, Some called Helios and the some called it Sol.
Sun is at present, about 71% hydrogen and 27% helium by mass everything else (“metal”) amounts to less than 2%. This changes slowly over time as the Sun converts hydrogen to helium as per the research.
The temperature is 27 million degrees and the pressure is 248 billion atmospheres. At the center of the core the Sun density is more than 149 times that of water.
Moon and the Sun appear the same size in the sky as viewed by human from the Earth. Since the Moon universal orbits the Earth in approx the same planet as the Earth’s orbit around the Sun sometimes the Moon comes directly between the Earth and sometimes Sun. That is called a solar eclipse and lunar eclipse; if the alignment is slightly imperfect then the Moon covers only part of the Sun disks and the time event is called partial eclipses. When the lines updates perfectly the entire solar disks is blocked and it is called total eclipse of the Sun. Partial eclipses visible over a wide area of the Earth but the region from which a total eclipse is visible on that time, called the path of totality, is very narrow, Eclipses of the Sun happen ones or twice a year. If you at home, you are likely to see a partial eclipse several times per decade. But since the path of totality is so small it is very unlikely that it will cross your home. So people often travel half way around the world just like to see a total solar eclipse. To stand in the shadow of the Moon is an awesome experience people observe that. For a few precious minutes time it gets dark and dark in the middle of the day. The stars come out. The animals and birds thinks it’s time to sleep due to darkness. And you can see the solar corona eclipses or lunar eclipses. It is well worth unique major journey.
Sun magnetic field is very strong (as per standards) and very complicated. Its magnetosphere extends well beyond Pluto planet.

In addition to heat and light the Sun also produces a low density stream of charged particles (mainly electron and proton). A Solar wind and the much higher energys particles ejected by solar flares can have dramatic effects on the Earth ranging from power line surges to radio interference to the beautiful aurora borealis.

Sun satellites

Planets Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Earth, Venus, Pluto, Neptune

Sun Affects Body: Good & Bad

Sun can sometimes get a bad effects for only having negative effects on health when, in fact, it has several positive effects for our overall health. Sunshine should be enjoyed in moderation to avoid painful sunburns, heat rashs, wrinkles and skin cancer.

Positive Effects of Sun

Enhances your mind

Vedicguruji Shri Varun Singh Ji says there are many benefits from sunlight, including that it is a free mood enhancer. Day time in sunlight people feel better and have more energy, but it also increases the levels of serotonin in the brain, which is associated with improved mood.