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Can humans live on the sun why or why not?
Question Date: 2016-04-07
Answer 1:

Humans cannot live on the sun because the temperature on the surface of the sun is too hot, about 10,000 Fahrenheit, for human to live on. In addition, liquid water, which is essential for human, cannot be found on the sun.

Answer 2:

The sun has the same temperature as the fireball of a nuclear explosion. No, humans cannot live there.

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