What would happen if there wasn't a Sun?

Without the Sun, life on Earth would not exist. The planet would be a frozen dark ball, drifting in space. The Sun provides light, heat, and energy, which stirs up the atmosphere to create winds and rain. With it, plants grow, and animals and humans eat. However, the Sun's heat output changes over time, which affects our daily lives, the climate, and our satellite communications.


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