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This site is an in-depth site concerned with the sun.  Some topics that are discussed include:  the solar structure, solar features, current projects on the sun, and so much more.  This site is very clear to understand with extensive information.
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Hathaway, D. (n.d.). NASA/MSFC: Solar Physics. Retrieved November 30, 2023, from
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