No. Just approaching the sun would expose an organism to one million degrees Kelvin, more than any living creature could stand. Even if they could, there is no surface of the sun to live on: it is simply a ball of gases. Even tardigrades or “water bears,” some of the hardiest creatures on earth, are usually killed by ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
Absolutely not. For one thing, it’s just too darn hot and your body couldn’t withstand the intense heat or even the light projected by the sun. Also, it’s not made from solid mass, but rather a combination of gases (primarily hydrogen and helium).
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