It depends on how far down the well you drop the bucket. If you scoop from the Sun’s light-emitting surface, called the photosphere, you’ll get a gas considerably thinner than air is at sea level. Farther down, the solar layers have to support the weight of the gases above them, so the gas pressure, and with it the density, increases.
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