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Traveling outward, one encounters first the radiative zone, then the convection
zone, then the photosphere, the chromosphere, the transition zone, and finally,
the corona. All of these regions are powered by the nuclear burning core from
They are actually the tops of a pattern established in the convection zone and
visible in the photosphere. Their comings correspond to the rise and expansion
of hot material, and their goings correspond to the loss of heat by radiation, ...
Combustion behavior of a catalyzed versus uncatalyzed rocket propellant. zone
are approximately 300, 600, 1500, and 3000 K. A model of burning composite
propellants containing particulate solid oxidizers (AP) and fuels (aluminum) is ...
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Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description
Seismology Theoretical 47 Solar Chimneys
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