Interesting Facts : Part 1

Hello everyone! I hope you’re well! Yap, as you can see this is the new
series!! I know you’re excited(me too๐Ÿ˜…)!
This series will be like ‘Question of the week 2.0’ you can say๐Ÿ˜€. Okay, let’s get


We all know that we can’t see the Sun with our own eyes (without using sunglasses ๐Ÿ˜Ž). Let’s discuss!

Seriously we shouldn’t look at the Sun (even though it is not possible) as we could have harmed our own eyes! And it is also possible that we could lose our vision powers!!

That’s why especially we shouldn’t look at the Sun at the time of Solar Eclipse!

There are different types of active rays and a huge amount of heat energy present inside The Sun. And from the sphere of light sunlight radiates. There are different types of layers present: the inner layers are the core, radiative zone & convection zone and the outer layers are the photosphere, the chromosphere, the transition region and the corona. From here harmful rays come out.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post! Many more parts are arriving soon! Feel free to comment your opinions and thoughts. It will be a pleasure for me. And also it’s Einstein’s birth anniversary, you can check my post on Einstein here.

See you soon everyone! Have a nice day!

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  1. Loved this warning . For a family holiday, we travelled to Cornwall, for a solar eclipse, with, of course, our safety specs, for viewing. On a grey cloudy morning, we didn’t really need them, Luckily, the clouds lifted, and we could watch the sun return – wearing our eclipse specs. .

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