Is there temperature difference between the sun’s equator and pole?
- Jeffrey KLv 611 months agoFavorite Answer
No. The sun is just a ball of hydrogen undergoing nuclear fusion. It is an atomic bomb explosion. That explosion doesn't care about direction. It is the same in all directions.
- Ronald 7Lv 711 months ago
- Anonymous12 months ago
yes, we might even be able to land on the north pole during winter.
- ?Lv 712 months ago
We dont know at this stage. Theres been no prolonged, systematic study conducted to date of the sun's temperature at different points on the surface. Its unlikely, though. The reason for differences in temperature between the poles and equator on planets has to do with the amount of sunlight each region gets, a factor not relevant to the sun itself.
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- RobertLv 612 months ago
There is, but only at night.
- CarolOklaNolaLv 712 months ago
There may be a slight difference but not much. However the articles I found were published I'm 1970. , so that is 49 years old