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List of star extremes

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Stars are luminous balls of plasma which illuminate the universe. They come in various sizes .... star, 2MASS J0523-1403, 2013, L=0.000126LSun. Hottest Normal Star, Melnick 34, T=~ 63000 K. Coolest ...

The Coolest Star - One Universe at a Time

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Sep 25, 2014 ... One way that stars are categorized is by temperature. Since the temperature of a star can determine its visual color, this category scheme is ...

Star classification - Astrophysical.org - Istituto Scientia

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In astrophysics, stars are classified by their surface temperature, that is associated ... Temperature. Star Color. O. 30,000 - 60,000 °K. Blue. B. 10,000 - 30,000 °K.

The Coolest Star. Literally. – Starts With A Bang - ScienceBlogs

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Feb 11, 2011 ... Once you get down to below about 40% of the mass of the Sun, you go down to being a red-colored M-star, with a temperature of only around ...

Color of Stars - Universe Today

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Feb 4, 2009 ... The color of a star depends on its surface temperature. Our Sun's surface ... The coolest stars in the Universe are the red dwarf stars. These are ...

What is the Hottest Star? - Universe Today

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Feb 3, 2009 ... Stars can range in temperature, from the relatively cool red dwarfs to superhot blue stars. ... The color of a star is a function of its temperature.

Star Colors Explained – One Minute Astronomer

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Dec 23, 2008 ... Here's a short explanation of star colors to help you better appreciate what you see when you look at the stars in the night sky. In just a couple ...

Why are the stars different colors?

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Why should the stars come in so many colors? Why not just white? It turns out the ... The coolest stars are around 3,000 degrees c. They are the red stars. Stars ...

Colour of Stars - Australia Telescope National Facility

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Most appear white but a few stars such as Antares and Betelgeuse have an orange or reddish hue to them. Others such as Rigel suggest a bluer colour.

What Color Are The Stars In The Sky? - Astronomy Trek

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Here are some interesting facts about the color of stars: ... are further assigned a number from 0 to 9, with 0 indicating the hottest star and 9 the coolest. Our Sun ...

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Stars - Astronomy and space for kids

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Star Color: Not all stars are the same color. ... These colors tell us the temperature of the star. The hotter a ... The reddest and therefore coolest stars are M stars.

what color are hot stars and what color are the cold stars?PLEASE ...

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Mar 11, 2010 ... The hottest stars are blue and the coolest are red. The temperatures range in a sort of reverse rainbow pattern in the visual spectrum with blue ...

Red Stars - Universe Today

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Feb 5, 2009 ... The color of a star comes from the temperature of its surface. The hottest stars are blue, cooler stars are white and yellow, and the coolest stars ...