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7 super interesting facts about the Sun

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Light is necessary along with water and air for human life. It takes about 8 minutes for the light emitted from the sun to return to the earth. This light is the source of life and is essential for all living things on earth. Here are a few tips on how much the sun affects our lives.

1. Relieve depression and stress

Just looking at the sunrise or sunset 2-3 times a week can relieve depression and stress

2. A nap before sunrise restores the body

If you are tired due to the busy workload the previous day, take a nap for 20 to 30 minutes before sunrise and your body will recover on its own.

3. 1/3 of mankind sneeze when they see the sun

If you are in a slightly dark room and go out to a bright place, you will sneeze.

4. People who get a lot of sunlight are less likely to be depressed

People who spend a lot of time in sun-exposed spaces are more optimistic than those who don’t, and they are significantly less likely to suffer from depression.

5. The real world around the sun is blue

The sun, seen from the earth, has a yellowish color close to red light, but it is only caused by the wavelengths created in the earth’s atmosphere, and is actually blue.

6. The sun is dwindling, it’s just too big to be noticed

People think the sun has eternal life and will always be there, but the sun is shrinking at about 5 feet per hour. It’s just that the size of the sun is so big that you can’t really feel it.

7. Arctic Alaska does not set the sun for six months

In high latitudes above about 48 degrees latitude, the midnight sun, in which the sun does not go below the horizon, continues. The Alaska region uses this period to hold the annual Alaska White Nights Festival, and it is said that many people from all over the world attend the festival to see the spectacle.

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