The sun is our nearest star and without it no life on earth would exists. We use the sun's energy every day in many different ways. We rely on the sun for our everyday work like when we hang laundry outside to dry in the sun. We are using the sun's heat dry the clothes. Or how plants use the sun's light to make food. Animals eat plants for food. Plants that decayed hundreds of millions of years ago produced the coal, oil and natural gas that we use today. So, fossil fuels are actually sunlight stored millions and millions of years ago.
The sun is a beautiful yet powerful source of energy for humans. The sun rises over the east, and sets on the west, which creates night and day and the seasons of the year. Reflected sunlight makes the moon and planets light up in the sky. The sun gives off enormous amounts of energy every day. The oceans store the heat energy from the sun whish keeps the earth’s temperature level so life can survive. The sun also proved earth with energy used for fuel. Solar cells that get there energy form the sun can turn sunlight into electricity.