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Why does the sun always shine in space?

  • 2nd grade -

    because its a star, a ball of hot energy

  • 2nd grade -

    The Earth rotates and that is what determines night and day. The sun still shines even though it is dark outside. The sun is the closest star to Earth and is ALWAYS shining.

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