Radius of Sun in 10D

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Radius of Sun in 10D

Postby PatrickPowers » Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:05 pm

Assume that the radius of an ion in the Sun is the same in 10D is it is in 3D. Then the radius of the 10D Sun with that same amount of ions is 36 micrometers.

About one atom in every 100,000 of the 10D Sun is on the surface. This surface contains a factor of 10^22 more atoms than are on the surface of our Sun.
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Re: Radius of Sun in 10D

Postby DonSoreno » Sat Jun 18, 2022 4:55 pm

In 10D, Gravity would Decrease by 1/r^9. Electromagnetic Forces would also decrease by 1/r^9.
I would doubt a sun would have the same number of ions. The approximate size of the sun would be dependent on how much pressure is needed to initiate fusion, if such a thing is even possible in 10D.
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