Even if the Earth was somehow separated from the Sun, the temperature of the molten core would be high enough to sustain life on the deep sea ocean floor.
The largest known star (per Wikipedia) UY Scuti is 5 billion times the size of the Sun. It would take 2.2 hours to cross its diameter at the speed of light.
If the Sun was scaled down to the size of a white blood cell, the Milky way would be the size of the continental United States.
A Spanish woman claims she legally owns the sun and is trying to charge people for the use of the sun.
The most massive star now known is 265x our sun, 8.7million times brighter and blue.
The Sun is white.
The Earth doesn’t actually orbit the sun, instead both bodies orbit a barycenter.
In 1859 a solar storm hit the earth (the largest in recorded history). It was caused by massive sunspots and solar flares. It was so intense that auroras were seen around the earth (even in the Caribbean) and the ones over the Rocky Mountains were so bright that gold miners thought it was morning. It knocked out the telegraph systems of Europe and North America.
Looking at the Sun can trigger a sneeze. For some people, bright lights mean big sneezes.
4.5 pounds of sunlight strike the Earth each day.