Does the Sun have a downside?
Answer from: PolkaDolka 1.:
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Yes, there is, but not in the sense that there is a reverse side of the moon.
The moon always has one side to the earth. True, it's still wobbling a little bit, i.e.е. you can see a little more than half of the Moon from one point on Earth, but by and large you can't see about half of the Moon's surface from Earth. It's this half that's called the back side of the moon.
The Sun rotates on its axis, and quite rapidly - at most every part of the Sun's surface will make at least a full rotation in 38 days, and the equator of the Sun about one and a half revolutions - it is possible because the surface of the Sun is not solid.
The Earth revolves around the Sun with a period of 1 year, so an observer from Earth can observe the Sun from "all sides" in 5.5 weeks.
Of the planets, Mercury revolves most rapidly around the Sun, but it cannot keep up with its own revolution. Mercury revolves around the Sun in 88 days. So even it doesn't have the reverse side like the Moon.
Since different parts of the Sun rotate at different speeds, the Sun does not have a long fixed side. The surface of the Sun changes all the time and rotates quite rapidly.
Of course, at any given time, there's a visible and a backside, just like any other body.
Answer from: Irochka Grazhdankina:
There's a downside to everything and everyone. The question is what to call the flip side. if the sun rotates faster than our planet, then we can see all sides of the sun.
Answer from: Eugenia N.:
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To date, the parent star of our planet has not been studied sufficiently, because the high temperatures do not allow space probes to approach the star. For this reason, the devices carry out their work only in the equatorial regions.
Experts claim that the poles of the Sun are insufficiently studied. NASA recently published an interesting image. On it you can see the simulated north pole of the Sun. This is not a picture from the space probe, but only a montage, which is quite close to reality.
Computer modeling was performed on the basis of images that were sent by the Proba-2 spacecraft. Recall that it was launched into orbit of the Sun 10 years ago in 2009.
"We know very little about the Sun's poles. No spacecraft can explore them because of the extremely high temperatures - the probes will simply melt," said one specialist.
In order to obtain data about the atmosphere in the pole regions, long observations of the lunar disk are needed. The data is then combined into a single image, which shows what the solar pole looks like.
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Answer from: Natali P.:
Well comrades, how can a hole in space have a downside? Time pours out of the hole, creating new space, new life, until on the other side, the dying space of the old world ends. It's without of course!!
Answer from: Evgeniya Neverskaya:
I live in my own house, I like to garden and take care of animals. I am fond of linguistics...
The sun has no backside. The sun is God's lamp, created to illuminate the earth during the day. At night, the Sun undergoes maintenance and refueling. Solar eclipses are periods of malfunction. They fix such malfunctions fairly quickly.
Answer from: Dariana Maria:
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Every body in this universe has a downside. What does it mean to you "flip side"?
For the moon, the backside is permanent, so it's not visible from Earth. For the sun, the backside of the sun is constantly changing.к. because it's rotating rapidly. But there is a back side.
Answer from: George Lyamson:
The sun is a glowing ball of plasma. The source of heat and light is the thermonuclear reaction of the fusion of the nuclei of hydrogen and helium atoms. The Sun rotates on its axis like other astronomical objects
Answer from: Maxim Rusanov:
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In short, there is, but the correct way to put the question is this:"Is there an opposite of our Sun?" The opposite of our Sun are black holes, if you are interested, read the book by Nikolay Levashov (Inhomogeneous Universe). Enjoy your reading.
Answer from: Alexander Belikov:
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So the world revolves around the sun, doesn't it? if it's not and it's a pancake in the sky of the world shining down it's logical that the opposite of the sun is darkness. and I wouldn't fly a ship into that kind of sunshine.but I'm sure the sun is three-dimensional and it's a ball at a distance from the world