Foundations of Astronomy (MindTap ...

14th Edition
Michael A. Seeds + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337399920



Foundations of Astronomy (MindTap ...

14th Edition
Michael A. Seeds + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337399920
Chapter 8, Problem 8RQ
Textbook Problem

How are granules and supergranules alike? How are they different?

To determine

The alike and difference between the granules and super granules.

Explanation of Solution

The granulation is the surface effects of the convection. There is several examples of evidence for the granulation. The time period of granulation is 1020mins. Each period it will fade, shrinking and replaced by new granulation.

We can see the hot elements moving outward from the center of the sun and the cooler elements moving towards the center of the sun when the convection is present

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