A base hit.
Catching the sun refers to being able to catch a fly ball despite the sun shining in one's face. Professional baseball players must use sunglasses and learn special techniques to achieve this, because "I lost it in the sun" is not a valid excuse.
It doesn't go any farther or shorter when left in the sun.
The sun is a ball
The ball is the planet in orbit, the person twirling it is like the sun. the string is the gravitational pull between the two, while the orbital velocity of the ball tries to escape (if you let the ball go it would fly away).
Sun is a ball of fire because it is covered with fire
In Greek Mythology, Hermes may have visited Helios, but he did not "fly into the sun".
all it is if you hit a pop fly in the in field and it a player is under the ball for more than 5 seconds then they will call an in field fly which will mean it doesnt matter if the player drops it because it is an out. i always thiught it was for the sun so the players wouldn't mess up because the sun mostly covers the in field
the sun is a big ball of gas
The sun is a ball of gas
The sun would be a ball of hydrogen and helium atoms and a ball of constant nuclear fusion.
The universe is a big place, and there's any number of places a comet we've lost site of could go. It could fly off in to a distant reach of space, it could impact a planet or asteroid, or it could even fly in to a sun and burn up.
The moon is much closer to us than the sun is.