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Our World: The Sun, A Real Star

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Learn about the important relationship between Earth and the sun. Find out about the layers of the sun and how Earth's magnetosphere acts like a giant handkerchief to protect us from all kinds of space weather.

Published on: March 11, 2013

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  • NASA Space Place Helios. K-5

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  • Space Place Sun. 6-8
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