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The Sun’s surface is the part of the Sun we can see. It is not hard like Earth’s surface. The Sun is made of gases. Gases are light like air. So the Sun doesn’t have a solid ground to stand on. This photo shows bright patches on the Sun. They are places where very hot gases from inside the Sun have reached the surface. 28 Sometimes dark spots form on the Sun’s surface. These spots are called sunspots. They are cooler than other parts of the Sun’s surface. Sunspots look small in pictures. But many of them are as big as Earth.
This illustrated book is for anyone who wonders what it would be like to take a trip through the solar system. Tocci, Salvadore. Experiments with the Sun and Moon. New York: Children’s Press, 2003. This author invites readers to try hands-on activities that are fun and educational. Vogt, Gregory L. Stars. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 2010. This book has more information about stars such as the Sun. cfm The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) created this astronomy website just for kids.
His name was Nicolaus Copernicus. Copernicus lived about five hundred years ago. He thought that Earth and the other planets circled the Sun. In the 1500s, Nicolaus Copernicus figured out that the Sun was at the center of the solar system. 35 Another famous astronomer helped prove that Copernicus was right. His name was Galileo Galilei. Copernicus and Galileo helped people understand the solar system. This painting shows Galileo Galilei. Galileo used a telescope to help prove that Earth circles the Sun.