What Color Is the Hottest Star?

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Stars temperature can be estimated using their color, ranging from red stars to blue stars. The hottest stars are all blue, and the hottest of these are blue hypergiants, which can be over 70,000 degrees F.
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If you look up into the sky and notice the twinkling blue stars, you'd be looking at the hottest type of stars. The normal white stars don't have nearly the same temperature as their blue counterparts.
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