The surface temperature of the sun is about 5,800 kelvins. The temperature at the core of the sun is at least 15,000,000 kelvins. Most of the sun's constituent particles at the surface are gaseous atoms, as no liquid or ... More »

The temperature at the sun's surface is approximately 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Moving towards the core of the sun, the temperature increases significantly to about 27,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Pressure at the core is... More »

According to data from NASA, the effective temperature of Saturn is approximately minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit. In metric units, this is equal to minus 178 degrees Celsius. More »

If the sun stopped shining, the surface temperature of the Earth would drop by a factor of two approximately every two months, according to Cornell University imprint website Ask an Astronomer. This means that the temper... More »

The core is the hottest part of the sun, and it has a temperature of more than 15 million degrees Kelvin. The second hottest part of the sun is its outermost layer, the corona, which has a temperature in excess of 2 mill... More »

The temperature at the sun's surface is approximately 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Moving towards the core of the sun, the temperature increases significantly to about 27,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Pressure at the core is... More »

On average, the sun is 92,960,000 miles from Earth. The Earth has an elliptical orbit, so this distance varies. At the closest point of its orbit, called perihelion, Earth is 91,000,000 miles from the sun. At aphelion, t... More »

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