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The Sun contains a lot of hot gas, so why do we observe an absorption spectrum rather than an emission spectrum from it?



The ionized gas in the photosphere emits a continuous spectrum, which the chromosphere changes into an absorption spectrum.



The ionized gas in the photosphere emits an absorption spectrum.



The Sun's photosphere is cooler than the layers below it.



The Sun's photosphere is hotter than the layers below it.

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