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Here Comes the Sun
The NASA Space Center in Houston has discovered some fascinating beyond belief facts after putting together images from its Voyagers 1 and 2 and its Ancient Mariner's Fly By night photographs of our sun. Scientists say these spacecraft all sent back photos of ice bergs on the sun. What was once thought of being impossible is a reality. Now on the Earth, it is estimated that if all the ice bergs and glaciers melted, sea level here would rise about 270 feet. Now if this happened on our sun, it certainly would not shine as bright on any old Kentucky homes. It would take a Titanic heat wave to melt these ice bergs on the sun and any ship of fools even know that's not happening for another couple of billion years.
These ice bergs on the sun are located by the sun's exterior in an area scientists call the solar erogenous zone. Here it is estimated that temperatures reach a high of 76 degrees during the day and drops to a low of about 40 degrees every night. Indeed such conditions could support human life with evenings made comfortable using just satin sheets . I'm sure you've all heard of nights in white satin. !!! You might need a heavier blanket in the wee hours of the morning when "the sun also rises ". It does get more chilly,however, during a "total eclipse of the sun" and during the sun's winter months when any snowbirds living there would probably want to migrate for Florida.
One would need a lot of sun tan lotion living on the sun..SPF 60 at the minimum . I think pair of Foster Grant polarized sun glasses would be recommended as well as ear plugs. Why? It can get quite noisy living on the sun as ole sol is continuously blowing up..that is nuclear fission is taking place every second converting 600 millimeters of hydrogen to helium but balloon flying is not something you'd want to try.
As more data comes in about possible landing sites on our brilliant celestial neighbor, that warm cozy feeling of where to vacation next will be exciting many people who wish to not be near any of the volcanoes in Hawaii or planning any trips to the moon. Who would want to go there.? It's kind of boring if you ask me. No atmosphere.The choice is clear if you want to brighten your day. Pretty soon a lot of folks can really look forward to seeing the light and don't have to worry about daylight savings time either.
posted on Nov 24, 2019 9:26 AM ()
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