## Answered) 1. Why can't you see deeper into the photosphere?

1. Why can't you see deeper into the photosphere?

a.The photosphere is blocked by the chromosphere.

b.No light is being emitted in the deep photosphere.

c.The upper photosphere blocks the light from the deep photosphere.

d.The deep photosphere does not emit visible wavelengths.

2.Â After a photon is generated in the core of the Sun, it travels a short distance and interacts with another particle. The interaction causes a photon to travel in a different direction. Over large distances and many interactions, the photon's path resembles that of a stumbling drunk person. If a photon generated in the center of the Sun's core can only travel about 0.01 cm before the next interaction, what is the minimum amount of times the photon will interact before reaching the convection zone? Assume the diameter of the core is 25 percent of the Sun's diameter and use the radius of the Sun (6.96 Ã— 108Â m).

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3.Â  Photosphere's Relative Density.Â Compare the density of the photosphere which is about 4.0 Ã— 10-4Â kg/m3Â to the average Sun density of 1.41Â g/cm3. Is the photosphere less or more dense than average?

a.Much more dense Â

b.Less dense Â

c.Much less dense

d.More dense

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