Mission Solar:
The Challenges of Putting Humans on the Sun

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There are so many Challenges for Human to be on the Sun

The surface of the sun is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. No spacecraft or spacesuit could withstand these scorching temperatures.

Extreme Heat

The sun's gravitational pull is 28 times that of Earth's. This intense gravity would instantly crush and flatten the human body.

Intense Gravity

Without Earth's protective atmosphere, the sun's intense radiation would incinerate humans in seconds. Exposure would be instantly fatal.

Solar Radiation

The sun has no solid surface to land on. It's a gigantic ball of burning gases. Any spacecraft would melt before landing.

Lack of Landing Spot

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