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We still know very little about the Sun, but we already understand that it is slowing down. Why does this happen?
The revolution of the Sun around its axis takes about one Earth month. It was discovered in 1611 by the astronomer Johannes Fabricius. But in 1996 a group of astronomers found out an amazing fact: the outer part of the Sun moves slower than the inner one, and in addition, it slows the entire star as well. Why is this happening, and can the sun stop at all? You can find out the answer to this question by watching the next video, voiced and translated by Vert Dider.