Blue supergiant stars are hot luminous stars, referred to scientifically as OB
supergiants. They have luminosity class I and spectral class B9 or earlier.
Blue supergiant star. Blue supergiants are supergiant stars (class I) of spectral
type O. They are extremely hot and bright, with surface temperatures of between
Dec 24, 2015 ... Blue supergiant star have extremely high masses, sometimes with dozens of
times the mass of the Sun. They form in the largest, most active ...
Jan 4, 2016 ... What Makes a Blue Supergiant Star What it Is? Blue supergiants are born
massive; they have at least ten times the mass of the Sun. The most ...
Apr 17, 2013 ... wift's Christmas Burst From Blue Supergiant Star Explosion GRB 101225A, better
known as the 'Christmas burst,' was an unusually long-lasting ...
Jul 11, 2014 ... This artist's impression depicts a region of an exploding blue supergiant. These
stars are quite rare in the relatively nearby Universe, but are ...
Apr 9, 2013 ... ... SDSS J122952.66+112227.8, and show that the optical spectrum is dominated
by emission from a massive blue supergiant star. If confirmed ...
Aug 7, 2016 ... According to astronomers, a blue supergiant star can fluctuate between the blue
supergiant and red supergiant phases. These stars eventually ...
Jul 11, 2014 ... The recent detection of a gamma-ray burst from a massive blue supergiant is
helping astronomers understand how the universe's primordial ...
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