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In astronomy, a blue giant is a hot star with a luminosity class of III (giant) or II ( bright giant). In the standard Hertzsprung–Russell diagram, these stars lie above  ...

Blue Giant Stars - Astronomy For Kids - KidsAstronomy.com

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Blue Giant. Blue stars are large and compact, this causes them to burn their fuel quickly which in turn makes their temperature very hot. These stars often run out ...

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Blue supergiant star - Science Daily

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Blue supergiants are supergiant stars (class I) of spectral type O. They are extremely hot and bright, with surface temperatures of between 20000 - 50000 ...

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Jan 27, 2016 ... What are the similarities and difference between a blue giant star, white dwarf star, red giant star, brown dwarf star and red dwarf star, and our ...

Blue Giant Star (2013) - Space-Art.Co.Uk

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Blue Giant Star. T his illustration was commissioned for one of my recent books, Cosmic Menagerie: A Visual Journey Through the Universe. It imagines the view  ...

Blue Giant Stars - not necessarily that big - Guide to the Universe

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Blue giant star merely refers to one with a certain luminosity and has nothing to do with size.

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blue giant star. Stars which appear white or whitish-blue generally have a mass approximately between 1.4 and twice that of the sun. Their surface temperatures  ...

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Blue Giant Star - Universe Today

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Feb 3, 2009 ... A blue giant star can put out 10,000 times as much energy as the Sun. Astronomers categorize blue giants as type O or B stars, belonging to the ...

Blue giant stars, or Ra-ra Rigel

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A typical blue giant star has a mass perhaps 10 times that of the Sun, and has a surface temperature of two to four times that of our local star. The most famous of  ...

10 Interesting Facts About Spica "The Blue Giant Star" | Astronomy ...

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Dec 5, 2015 ... Spica is a blue giant star and Beta Cephei type variable star. 3. This star is a double star (binary star system). The main star is classified as a ...