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Scientists have predicted that the Sun will blow up in about 5 billion years! Our Sun is very very small compared to other stars which are huge. The sun is a very big thing in our lives but it may not seem like it.

Scientists have predicted that the Sun will blow up in about 5 billion years! Our Sun is very very small compared to other stars which are huge. The sun is a very big thing in our lives but it may not seem like it.

The sun gives out many harmful products. These include ultra violent rays which give us humans energy but can also give us cancer. It also gives plants their energy.

The sun gives out many harmful products. These include ultra violent rays which give us humans energy but can also give us cancer. It also gives plants their energy.

Without the sun there would probably be no existance of any creature on Earth including us humans. The sun keeps us warm and gives us light; even gives us energy to live.

Without the sun there would probably be no existance of any creature on Earth including us humans. The sun keeps us warm and gives us light; even gives us energy to live.

The sun is a huge ball of gas which is all being pulled into itself. The gases in the sun are made up of roughly 92% hydrogen, 7.8% helium and 0.2% of a mixture of other gases.

The sun is a huge ball of gas which is all being pulled into itself. The gases in the sun are made up of roughly 92% hydrogen, 7.8% helium and 0.2% of a mixture of other gases.

How Did It Get There? This picture above is of a nebular which was formed from a supernova which formally came from a star that has died. Our Sun was made from a nebular and was formed from disks of dust and gases. Eventually our star the sun will die and form a supernova.

How Did It Get There? This picture above is of a nebular which was formed from a supernova which formally came from a star that has died. Our Sun was made from a nebular and was formed from disks of dust and gases. Eventually our star the sun will die and form a supernova.

Where Is The Sun? The sun is located in our solar system. It is about 150 million kilometres from you and me right now! It is the only Sun in our solar system.

Where Is The Sun? The sun is located in our solar system. It is about 150 million kilometres from you and me right now! It is the only Sun in our solar system.

What Does It Do? The Sun is our solar systems light source, it gives all the orbiting planets light. It also gives all these planets heat so that they can keep living things warm, this includes fauna and flora. Sadly Earth is the only planet that has living things on it (that we know of).

What Does It Do? The Sun is our solar systems light source, it gives all the orbiting planets light. It also gives all these planets heat so that they can keep living things warm, this includes fauna and flora. Sadly Earth is the only planet that has living things on it (that we know of).

What is the sun? It is a burning ball of many gases. The Sun is one of many billions of stars (suns) in the universe. The sun is at the centure of the solar system which all the planets orbit.

What is the sun? It is a burning ball of many gases. The Sun is one of many billions of stars (suns) in the universe. The sun is at the centure of the solar system which all the planets orbit.