Ice inside the sun

  1. i understand that this may seem like a impossible theory but is it possible that ice could form inside a sun, i understand that the core of a sun is extremly hot but due to the incredible pressures invovled could hydrogen or another gas be compressed so much that it could form ice?
     
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  3. Borek

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    At that high temperatures there are no compounds, they decompose at several thousands degrees to the elements. So - assuming by ice you mean solidified water - there is no water to begin with.
     
  4. symbolipoint

    symbolipoint 3,045
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    That would be known as, "A snowball's chance in hell".
     
  5. sophiecentaur

    sophiecentaur 13,293
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    Makes me think of Baked Alaska.
     
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