Could humans walk on the sun?
Will science advance to such an extent that scientists invent some anti-heat clothing that could enable astronomers to visit the sun without being harmed by the sun.
Is it hypothetically possible?
- 4 days ago
Anti-heat clothing for the sun? Like a wearable thermos? Here's a story for that.....
Okay, you go travel close to the sun and then you put on your super thermos underwear. You start getting closer to the sun's corona and the sun isn't giving you any trouble cause your super thermos underwear isn't letting any heat be absorbed. You are happy but then it starts getting a bit sweaty in your suit. While it doesn't absorb the sun's heat.....it isn't letting any of your heat go either. End result is you boil at 100 degrees celcius and a 1,000,000 C.
While negative matter is considered sci-fi negative temperature is a real thing. Not sure if it applies though.
- 4 days ago
Leave alone of walking in the sun, but we can't even go near.
- Campbell HaydenLv 75 days ago
An extraterrestrial religious sect will bring
peace to the Earth before Man ever walks on the Sun.
- 5 days ago
no duh it is to hot
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- 6 days ago
Nothing at all, it is not just the heat but the radiation, pressure and the lack of any solid surface.
- Ronald 7Lv 76 days ago
Possible but not Probable
- nineteenthlyLv 76 days ago
No. No substance of any kind is able to maintain even liquidity on the surface of the sun. There is one substance which can do so on a sunspot but that's it.
- DavidLv 77 days ago
Not until the government has paid its outstanding heating bills.
- 7 days ago
I don't know no
- MarkLv 77 days ago
Even if some heat and radio-proof gear were available, you can't stand on what is a gas.