The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. It is seen in the sky and gives light to the Earth. When the Sun is in the sky, it is day. When the Sun is not in the sky, it is night. The planets, including Earth, go around it.
Taihyarng shih Taihyarngxih zhongxin de xing'xing, zaih tiankong zhaohyaoh Dihqiur. Taihyarng zaih tianshahng shir shih bairtian, bu zaih shir shih heiyeh. xirngxing, baokuoh Dihqiur, raoh'zhe Taihyarng zhuaan.
The Sun gives off energy as electromagnetic radiation. That includes light, infra-red energy (heat), ultraviolet light and radio waves. It also gives off a stream of particles, which reaches Earth as "solar wind". The source of all this energy is the reaction in the star which turns hydrogen into helium and makes huge amounts of energy.
Taihyarng fachu diahncir fursheh nerngliahng; baokuoh guang, horngwaihxiahn nerngliahng (reh), ziiwaihxiahn her diahnbo; yee fachu lihzii-liur, yeejiuhshih Taihyarng-feng. Taihyarng de Hydrogen zhuaanweir Helium chaansheng zhehxie juhdah de nerngyuarn.
The Sun is a star like many others in our Milky Way galaxy. It has existed for a little over 4.5 billion years, and is going to continue for at least as long. The Sun is about a hundred times as wide as the Earth. It has a mass of 1.9891×1030 kg, which is 333,000 times the mass of the Earth.
Taihyarng shih Yirnherxih heen duo xing.xing zhiyi, yiijing curnzaih chaoguoh 45 yih niarn, hair huih curnzaih heen charng shirjian; zhirjihng yue shih Dihqiur de 100 beih; zhihliahng shih 1.9891×1030 kg, shih Dihqiur de 333,000 beih.