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Are there parts of the sun that are near absolute zero from pressures compressing the hydrogen and or helium into a liquid state?

I've heard that liquid helium has superconducting properties, could pockets of liquid helium be causing the huge magnetic flares that flash up of the surface for hundreds of miles?

Do stars large enough to create a black holes have pockets of absolute zero, from the huge amount of gravity and inner pressure on the helium?


Could absolute zero be a fifth state of helium? Hydrogen? and if so, could it be dark matter?



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