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Incorrect. Sun Can Only Burn SMALL FRACTION Of Hydrogen.

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Posted by Alexander on December 13, 2001 19:41:54 UTC

The one in the nucleus. Less than 10% of all H it has.

So, solar wind will have mostrly inonized H (protons+ electrons) as it always did. But due to much higher energy comong from the sun's nucleus (core) burning He, wind will be stronger, and wind pressure may push Earth father away from Sun.

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