does the equator of the sun rotate faster than the poles?

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does the equator of the sun rotate faster than the poles?

Oct 25th, 2015

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The Sun’s equator rotates more rapidly than its polar regions – once every 24 days at the equator and once every 35 days at the poles.

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So the answer is yes.


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