The Sun (electric)?

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IF THIS IS TRUE, HOW CAN THE SUN`S ¨HEAT¨ REACH EARTH? 😛
Even though we think of space as being mostly made of up various planets and stars, the reality is the vast majority of space is really just empty space – the space between planets, stars, asteroids, etc. It is in these empty spaces where the temperature of outer space is at its coldest. Scientists believe that the temperature in these areas is nearly absolute zero. Absolute zero is the scientific term for the temperature at which all activity stops – more specifically, the temperature at which molecules, atoms, and electrons stop moving. This is theoretically the coldest temperature that can be attained.
In more exact terms, the temperature of the emptiness of outer space is about 3 degrees Kelvin. In the Kelvin temperature scale, 0 degrees is absolute zero, so obviously the temperature of outer space is nearly absolute zero and very cold!
Further: For all the planets in the solar system to orbit the Sun, the Sun must be heavier than all the planets combined which is an impossibility if the Sun is a ball of fire, no?
Or am I just ¨overthinking¨ again? lol 😛

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