How do neutrons fly in the solar wind from the sun?
- 1 year ago
The solar wind is a stream of energized, charged particles, primarily electrons and protons, flowing outward from the Sun, through the solar system at speeds as high as 900 km/s and at a temperature of 1 million degrees (Celsius). It is made of plasma. It is caused by the hot solar corona, which is the outermost layer of the solar atmosphere, expanding into space. The corona is the "rim" of the Sun that is visible to the naked eye during a solar eclipse.
- PaulaLv 71 year ago
The solar wind is particles ejected from the sun.
Most ejected particles (electrons protons) have an electric charge, and follow the sun's magnetic field.
Neutrons can be ejected from the sun along with the charged particles. If they have sufficient velocity they will escape the sun and be part of the solar wind.
- NyxLv 71 year ago
They take business class.
- 1 year ago
Radiation would mean they must come out of the source one at a time in the same way that light moves.
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- D gLv 71 year ago
they fap reaal hard to get good speed
- NormanLv 71 year ago
They don't fly they radiate.