This is a list of hottest stars so far discovered (excluding degenerate stars),
arranged by decreasing temperature. The stars with temperatures higher than
The color of a star is a function of its temperature. ... So the hottest stars in the
Universe are going to be a blue star, and we know they're going to be massive.
Not all stars are the same color. ... These colors tell us the temperature of the star.
... The hottest part of the flame is blue, the middle is yellow, and the cooler ...
Our sun is very, very hot, but it is not the hottest star in the universe. The sun, like
all ... You can tell the approximate temperature of a star by looking at its color.
The coolest stars are red in color. A star's color gives visible information about its
surface temperature. The hottest stars are blue, while white and yellow stars.
Mar 11, 2010 ... The hottest stars are colored bright blue. The coldest alive stars shine a dim red.
However, certain stars after super nova still retain some heat, ...
Mar 29, 2013 ... Red, blue, yellow and white stars twinkle overhead. So why ... The hottest ones
are blue or blue-white, which are shorter wavelengths of light.
Jul 27, 2012 ... We can see this effect, known as "Planck's law of black body radiation," in action
whenever we look at the different colors of stars. Our Sun is a ...
Here are some interesting facts about the color of stars: ... Blue Giant Stars are
amongst the hottest stars in the universe, a fine example of which is Rigel in the ...
Red stars are cooler than the sun, with surface temperatures of 3,500 K for a
bright red star and 2,500 K for a dark red star. The hottest stars are blue, with their