tài yáng gěi wǒ men dài lái guāng míng 。 Light from the sun radiates in every direction.
It's a massive collection of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium. As atoms of hydrogen combine to form helium, they produce vast amounts of heat and light. The sun has "burned" for more than 4.5 billion years. As atoms of hydrogen combine to form helium, they produce vast amounts of heat and light.
We will look at the parts of the sun, find out how it makes light and heat, and explore its major features. At night, early morning, or late evening, we can see the reflection from the moon. The earth & the moon are bathed in sunlight. Exercises for Chinese Character | 光 光 guāng light / only / to use up 光明 guāng míng light / radiance The sun gives us light. The Reason why the Sun gives off light is because it has ongoing nuclear fusion which burns hydrogen into helium, this creates massive amounts of energy which is released as heat and light. Sunlight appears white, but it contains a mixture of all the colours of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
How does the Sun produce light? But only on the side facing the sun.
The Sun produces light by a nuclear reaction called fusion.