That is one way to describe it. The sun is composed of hydrogen and helium. Those two elements make up 98 percent of the composition. Oxygen makes up one percent of the sun. The sun is 6,000 degrees Celsius and 11,000 degrees Fahrenheit. It contains a 98 percent of the mass in the universe, yes it is one big of ball of fire.
The sun does not contain 98% of the mass in the universe, but rather 98% of the mass in the solar system.
It might be more accurate to describe the sun as a big round nuclear reactor.
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