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When water vapor rises into the atmosphere and begins to condense, it releases core heatlatent heatgeothermal heatsolar heat, the energy of a thunderstorm.
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The color of a star is primarily determined by its surface temperature.
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The CORE of the Sun has a temperature of about 15 million Celsius.
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