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November marks the end of the official hurricane season. Click on the links below to sample Britannica’s coverage of these powerful storms, which are also known as tropical cyclones, as well as articles on other weather-related topics.

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What Is The Sun?

What Is The Sun?

This simple guide to the sun and stars will engage readers with the fundamentals of astronomy, detailing how the heavenly bodies affect one another and how they ultimately affect us.

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