Why are deeper layers visible in the sunspot area than in the surrounding photosphere?

The density of matter in the spot is less than in the photosphere surrounding the spot. Consequently, the gas in the sunspot is more rarefied and more transparent than in the photosphere. The lower gas density in the spot is explained by the presence of additional pressure here from the side of the local magnetic field.

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