I'm not sure if there is an organism living in the Sun, if there is, it will be a phoenix.
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If there is, it will be organized plasma, not something solid. Probably not impossible, but certainly not "life as we know it", and I have no idea how we'd ever detect it, much less talk to it.
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I'm sure WE will never live on a star, although building a shell around a red dwarf and living on the outside would be physically possible. Even then, we would be living under more or less Earth-like conditions.
However, if one defines "life" as a self-reproducing system using energy and raw materials in its environment to maintain itself, life on a star should be possible. It certainly wouldn't be "life as we know it", but it would be "life". PhenQ | https://phenq-reviews.comaccc
How we would meet, communicate with, and come to understand it, I have no idea. We would have no common references, probably no senses in common, and wouldn't be able to survive in each others environments. We couldn't even build a life-support system for visits, as anything we have to build with would be destroyed on a star.
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