Scientists have developed a model that shows what could happen to the Earth if a piece of the sun falls on it. According to the creators, it will be an apocalyptic scenario.
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As follows from the model presented in the video, if a fragment of the Sun suddenly falls on the Earth, humanity will most likely die, but how exactly this happens depends on the size of the fragment. The central star of the solar system is not solid, it is not gas or liquid, it is plasma, which creates a substance that looks like hot slime. In other words, the Sun represents a spherical ocean of incandescent mixture. The deeper you plunge into this substance, the denser it will be. If a piece of the chromosphere from the upper layers falls to the Earth, then the relatively high density of the Blue Planet's atmosphere will quickly destroy it, but in the process of filling the vacuum that appears, a powerful explosion will occur. If a fragment of the photosphere falls to the Earth, it will generate the strongest glow that will fry everything around. In this case, a thermonuclear explosion will occur. He will destroy all life on Earth.
In the scenario that a fragment of the solar core falls on the Blue Planet, an explosion will occur with the force of the Sun. Everything around him in this case will simply burn to the ground. The shock wave will begin to travel across the Earth and destroy buildings and all living things on its way. Windows across the continent would be shattered, and houses would be squashed. The explosion will be apocalyptic and humanity will cease to exist, writes Planet-Today.