Supergiant Stars?


Blue supergiants star is a type of star characterised as an O-type spectrum, or B-type spectrum. This star is extremely hot and bright, with a surface temperature ranging from 20,000 to 50,000 degrees Celsius. The best known example of such stars is Rigel, the brightest star ever in the constellation of Orion.
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Blue Supergiant stars [See Link] are extremely hot and bright, with surface temperatures of 20,000-50,000 K. They typically have 10 to 50 solar masses and can have radii up to about
Massive stars are defined as those that have a mass at least three times that of the Sun. Some of them have as much as 50 times the mass of the Sun. The more massive a star, the quicker
The brightest star in constellation Leo & the 21st brightest star in
Rigel, a star that is well beyond the current range of accurate parallax measurements; spectroscopic estimates place its distance between 700 and 900 light-years. Source(s) http:/
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