the air inside the ball will heat up and bounce around inside the ball more. this makes more pressure and the pressure will get to a point where it will no longer be able to stay in side the ball. thus it explodes. =]
the heat makes the particles in the ball move faster which makes the ball larger
It may burst due to the heavy heat.
did u get asked this question as a science question. If so ask the teacher xD
loops of fire that burst from the sun of course
a beach ball may birst as the air pressure in it will expand.that is how a beach ball will birst.
It shouldn't, but if you leave it long enough then the rubber of the tire starts to rot, and the heat of the sun will warm the air inside the tire, thus raising the pressure.
The answer is solar flares. :)
no, and it won't for a long time
I think it is Sun Burst.
marbling chevron sun burst
Because as big as Jupiter is, it is a green pea in size compared to the suns beachball size. The bigger body has the stronger gravity, and always wins.
it's called a solar flare