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Anju
09 Aug 18 10:57 AM

How does the sun's heat reach the earth, even though heat can't travel in vaccum?

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Sneha

It involves waves, rather than particles. Unlike conduction and convection, radiation can even work through the vacuum of space. This is why we can still feel the heat of the Sun even though it travels through a vacuum for 150 million km to reach the Earth

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