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Solar wind refers to the stream of charged particles, mainly protons and electrons, emitted by the Sun at high speeds. It is a continuous flow of plasma that extends throughout the solar system. Here's some information about solar wind:

Solar wind originates from the outermost layer of the Sun's atmosphere, called the corona. The corona is an extremely hot region, with temperatures reaching millions of degrees Celsius. Due to the Sun's high temperature and intense magnetic activity, the corona's gases reach escape velocity, propelling charged particles into space. These charged particles form the solar wind. The solar wind consists mostly of protons and electrons, with trace amounts of other ionized atoms such as helium, carbon, and oxygen. It is characterized by its high speed, ranging from 300 to 800 kilometers per second (700,000 to 1.8 million miles per hour), and its density, which can vary depending on the activity of the Sun.

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