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Course: A 0113, Fall 2009
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Sun The photosphere: surface temperature 5800K has darker edge and spots (darker=cooler) Re was the creator of our world. In the beginning of time, an egg rose from the water. Once out of his shell, Re had two children who became the atmosphere and clouds. They in turn had more children,Geb and Nut, who became the Earth and the stars. They in turn had two sons, Seth and Osiris, the father of Horus. Re cried...

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