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Stories by Kenneth J. H. Phillips

The Paradox of the Sun's Hot Corona

Like a boiling teakettle atop a COLD stove, the sun's HOT outer layers sit on the relatively cool surface. And now astronomers are figuring out why

September 1, 2003 — Bhola N. Dwivedi and Kenneth J. H. Phillips

The Paradox of the Sun's Hot Corona

Like a boiling teakettle atop a COLD stove, the sun's HOT outer layers sit on the relatively cool surface. And now astronomers are FIGURING OUT WHY

June 1, 2001 — Bhola N. Dwivedi and Kenneth J. H. Phillips

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