You Guys, There Is An Adorable Heart On The Sun

A giant sunspot has apparently turned on its love light, morphing into the shape of a heart. Known as AR2529, the dazzling area will face Earth for approximately one more week, according to The Washington Post. A sunspot is a region on the sun’s surface that is temporarily cool and dark compared to the surrounding area. How cool could that be? According to NASA, “the average surface temperature of the sun is 6000 degrees Celsius and … sunspots are about 1500 degrees Celsius cooler than the area surrounding them (still very hot).” Sunspots are known for being associated with solar

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