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. 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 ...
Blue supergiants are supergiant stars (class I) of spectral type O. They are extremely hot and bright, with surface temperatures of between 20000 - 50000 ...
To compliment Eric Stroud answer there is a lot of chemistry going on in stars that
is indicative ... The main difference (which I think is what you are after) between
our sun and a large
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