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Blue giant - Wikipedia

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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 ...

Blue Giant Star - Universe Today

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Dec 24, 2015 ... 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 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 12, 2010 ... Blue Giant Star are big!!! ... This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Uploaded on Jan 12, 2010. Blue Giant Star are big!!!

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 ...

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.

Lifespan of a blue giant | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science ...

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It's a B class-blue giant star. Its surface temperature is 25,000 K. (This is very vague and may offer no help but:) It has no lower than 40,000 G ...

Is there a difference in chemistry between our sun and a blue giant ...

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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 blue giant star is the nuclear process in the core. Our sun is a  ...

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  ...