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The question now is, what should be the atmosphere? Whentemperatures in excess of nearly a thousand times the temperature of the molteniron Cakobau is computing the surface temperature of the Sun,the majority of the solids, if not all, should come ingaseous state; and although the enormous attractive force of the Sun mustgreatly to keep that desire to take the form of vapor, is still notbe the slightest doubt that if the body of the Sun consists ofmolten substances, some of them must constantly beevaporation. Incredibly, to dense gases constantly generated in suchby the way, was the entire atmosphere of the Sun. If we have the right to doany conclusions based on the hypothesis of the foggy mass, or on analogieswe present planets, we must come to the conclusion that externalpart of the solar atmosphere consists of so-called permanent gases, i.e.of those who are unable to condense in the drip liquid even at lowtemperature. If we take in consideration the order of things which shallwas to exist here on Earth, at a time when the surface of the Earth was inmolten state, we see that around molten and tothis time the surface of the Sun exist, in all likelihood, a layervozduhovodnogo dense substance, consisting of sublimed metals andmetal compounds, and above this layer other consisting of relativelyrare medium, like air. What happens in those two layers? Ifthey both consisted of permanent gases, they would not be able to stayseparate from one another; obeying the law, they would constitutewhen favorable circumstances monotonous mix. But this does not canhappens when the lower layer consists of substances in the gaseousonly at very high temperatures.
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