How Do Stars Give Out Light?

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A star usually gives light due to thermonuclear fusion of hydrogen in its core releasing energy that traverses the star's interior and then radiates into outer space. The atomic structure is altered by the fusion and it releases a large amount of energy hence making the stars hot and bright.
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Burning gases give a star its light. The color of the star depends on how brightly it burns. Blue stars are the hottest while orange stars are much cooler. You can find more information
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Nuclear processes where lighter atoms merge into heavier ones.
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When the lights in a room where glow-in-the-dark stars are placed are off, the stars themselves are capable of giving off light. The technical term for this is "photo-luminescent
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The amount of light a star gives off is electromagnetic
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