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While the dynamic surface of the Sun makes all life in our solar system possible. The complex magnetic surface heats gases flowing around sunspots to over a million degrees Celsius. A few astrobiology targets of note (particularly the Jovian moons) may benefit from non-solar heating caused by tidal friction. Credit: TRACE Project, NASA


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