NASA: Can you see the Sun from the closest? How old is the Sun? Interesting things for you.. | Super explosive pic of the sun, shared by NASA on Instagram, know details

But the American space agency NASA is trying to get as close as possible to the Sun. As part of this, the picture taken by it is now going viral. Within hours of NASA posting on its Instagram page, it got nine lakh likes.

Have you ever tried to watch the sun at midday? Are you thinking that what you are talking about is possible? Indeed, human eyes cannot see such a thing as a burning ball of fire from the earth. Even if you see it, your eyes will be filled with tears. But the American space agency NASA is trying to get as close as possible to the Sun. As part of this, the picture taken by it is now going viral. NASA got nine lakh likes within nine hours of posting it on its Instagram page.

Happy new year post..

The American Space Agency posted a photo wishing its Instagram readers a Happy New Year. It explained that they are 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) away from the Sun.. and have reached a new orbit around the Sun. The post also posted a picture taken at that time.

How is the sun?

The image of Sun taken by NASA is impressive. Bhagabhaga is emitting keys of fire in the shape of a burning ball of fire. It was able to show the explosions and powerful explosions that happen in the solar system. But because of their high power, they affect radio communication, electric power grid and navigation signals. Also, NASA has described that it can pose a danger to spacecraft and astronauts. It also shared that the Sun, at the center of the Solar System, is 865,000 miles wide (1.4 million km) with a core that reaches a temperature of 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (15 million degrees Celsius). According to NASA, all the planets and other stars stay in their orbits due to the Sun’s gravitational pull.

How old is the sun?

NASA estimates the age of the Sun. Due to the constantly changing conditions around the Sun, looking at the oldest objects in the system has revealed that the Sun may be 4.5 billion years old.

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