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Sun is the most perfect sphere ever observed in nature
by Geraint Jones
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18 August 2012
On 18 August 2012 The Guardian reported:
The sun is the most perfectly round natural object known in the universe, say scientists who have conducted precise measurements of its dimensions. A team led by the University of Hawaii's Dr Jeffrey Kuhn have made the first precise measurement of the sun's equatorial bulge, or its 'oblateness'. The results were a big surprise. 'We were shocked,' says Kuhn. The sun doesn't bulge much at all. It is 1.4m kilometres across, but the difference between its diameter at the equator and between the poles is only 10 kilometres. Scaled to the size of a beachball, that difference is less than the width of a human hair.
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