Why does the solar corona, although being much hotter than the surface of the Sun, still shine weaker

Why does the solar corona, although being much hotter than the surface of the Sun, still shine weaker and is visible on Earth only during total solar eclipses?

The crown is very rarefied and is not in a state of thermodynamic equilibrium. Therefore, it shines weaker than the sun.

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