Our Star, The Sun Is A Thermonuclear Reactor.. By Hank Curci, MS Math Stanford..


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Our Star, The Sun, Is A Thermonuclear Reactor..

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Story Synopsis..

Our Sun, Giver Of Life Shines Brightly For Eight Billion Years.

In http://www.spacenoodles.com ,free outer space greeting cards by Hank Curci, noted SCIFI Adventure Author, Hank gives us a look at our sun, a shinning star of the great Cosmos.

Our Star, the Sun, follows Albert Einstein’s famous energy equation of E=MC2 ( C squared )

http://www.spacenoodles.com/einstein.html

OUR MAGICAL SUN..

Our Magical Star, The Sun, converts hydrogen atoms into Helium atoms via a nuclear exchange.

The sun converts 600 million tons of hydrogen into helium every SECOND for EIGHT BILLION years. A truly ,mind-boggling fact.

As far as we can tell all stars in the Universe are thermonuclear reactors.

They only become stars if there is enough hydrogen ( the most common element in the universe) to fire of the nuclear exchange.

Many stars in the universe have a binary twin.

We almost had a binary twin star which is now the giant gas planet Jupiter which did not have enough hydrogen for gravity to fire off a nuclear exchange.

Click the link below to see Hank Curci’s Spacenoodles Characters that he has evolved in the beautiful Centauri Globular Star Cluster, NGC5139, located some 17,000 light years from Planet Earth.

http://www.spacenoodles.com/characters.asp

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