What Type of Star Is the Sun?

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Our sun is a G2 star. These stars are classified based on how hot they are. M class stars are the coolest stars, making a G2 star quite hot, at 5506 degrees celsius.
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What Type of Star Is the Sun?
The sun is a yellow dwarf star which is very massive, hot and ancient. It is an area of great nuclear activity and it produces multiple types of radiation. By learning about different aspects of the Earth's primary source of both light and heat, we can... More »
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Our sun's stellar classification is G2V. G2 refers to the sun's temperature, which is about 5, 505 degrees Celsius. The V is the Roman numeral five, which means the Sun is a main sequence star, getting its energy by converting hydrogen to helium.
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