What would the spectrum from sunlight in a spectrometer look like?

What would the spectrum from sunlight in a spectrometer look like?

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Answer:

http://www.astro.uu.se/~be/spectra.html

Explanation:

The Sun's spectral type is #G2#.

It is a hydrogen/helium rich (H - 90.965%, He - 8.889%) main sequence star with a 5772 K surface temperature.

In the image, the spectrum of sunlight lies between the #G0# and #G5# spectra.

NASA Sun Fact Sheet