The Sun has long been revered as the source of life, but new research has revealed it’s actually the opposite.

In a new study, scientists at the Université de Liège, Belgium, have shown that the Sun is actually a gas, not a solid.

This is important because the Sun’s surface contains hydrogen, the same type of gas that makes up our bodies.

The Sun emits light that is visible to us, but the gas inside it is invisible to us.

The scientists analysed the light that the sun emitted, and found it had a wavelength of 2.6 microns (0.054 inches) and a temperature of 1,000 degrees Celsius.

This temperature is far below the boiling point of water.

The research team studied the Sun from inside the Sun, which is a very rare phenomenon in the universe.

In the Sun the Sun emits very energetic radiation that heats up the surface of the Sun and creates the solar wind, which acts as a giant magnet.

This magnet acts as the Sun heats up and eventually forms the atmosphere.

The atmosphere has a temperature range of -240 to +260 degrees Celsius, depending on the amount of energy that is released by the Sun.

“Our findings show that the solar atmosphere is actually composed of a gas rather than a solid,” says lead author Philippe Nieuwenhuijzen, who is an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Lièges.

“In other words, it has a very low boiling point, and that means that its temperature is actually relatively low.”

According to the theory of the Solar System, the Sun was formed as a gas.

The gases formed when a supernova exploded, and eventually condensed to form a disk of gas and dust, or a gas cloud.

When a large amount of matter was added to the Sun to form its surface, it created a very thin atmosphere.

When the sun shines, it creates a very strong magnetic field, which creates a pressure of pressure and heat in the atmosphere, similar to the way that an electric current is created by the wind blowing through a hose.

When this pressure is enough to force molecules of water out of the atmosphere to form ice crystals, the ice crystals form into a cloud of gas.

The sun emits a large number of photons that travel through the atmosphere and produce the heat.

In this process, light energy is transferred from the Sun directly into the Earth’s atmosphere.

However, scientists are only aware of about a third of this energy being emitted from the sun.

“There are billions of photons arriving on the surface from space, and we don’t know the source.

The sun is so close to us that it’s so close that we don the same light intensity, which means that the energy of the photons is transferred to our atmosphere,” says Nieukenhuijzhen.”

The question is, can we understand what happens in our atmosphere and make sense of the energy?

We’ve discovered a mechanism that explains it,” he continues.”

What we found was that it was a gas that contained the solar energy.

We found that there is a strong electric charge that is generated in the gas and that the molecules of hydrogen and helium that are in it react with the electrons in the hydrogen and hydrogen-oxide molecules.

The hydrogen atoms in the air have the lowest energy, so that the electrons carry the energy, and the hydrogen ions carry the charge.”

The new study has implications for how we understand the Sun in the future.

The researchers say that if we can understand the physics of the sun, we can use it to understand how it affects our climate, which affects our health, and how it influences life.

This article originally appeared on BBC Future.

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