How much radiation is in the sun?
- Bill-MLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
The Sun is a Ball of Hydrogen Gas. A Gas Giant which is undergoing Nuclear Fusion of Hydrogen Gas. This process produces Radiation, It is not something that is IN the Sun. It is PRODUCED in the Sun Second by Second.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It's enough radiation that nearly 100 million miles away, we still receive about 1400 W per square metre on Earth of the Sun's radiation. If we could harness all of that energy across every square meter of the Earth, then we'd have something like 17,000x more energy than all of the powerplants on Earth produce.
- bubbyLv 61 year ago
Enough to kill all living things on this planet.
- Ronald 7Lv 71 year ago
A lotSource(s): Is it getting hot in here ??
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- MorningfoxLv 71 year ago
There is enough radiation inside the sun, slowly making its way out, to keep the sun shining for many tens of thousands of years.
- 1 year ago
Mass of Sun times the atomic weight of the elements.
- RomanLv 71 year ago
Too much to measure
- megalomaniacLv 71 year ago
About this much (I'm gesturing).