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What are the most common stars in our universe?
Plasma is the most common phase of matter in the universe.
The elliptical galexy is most common in the universe, being about 70% of all galaxies we are aware of.
The most common compound is water. Its molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Hydrogen is the most common atom in the universe, and oxygen is the thrid… most common, so water has to be the number one compound. The second most common atom? Helium - and it forms no compounds. Is H2 not the most common compound in the universe? No, H2 is an allotrope. A molecule needs to include at least two different elements to be considered a compound.
Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe as a whole; about 75% of the universe by mass is hydrogen (since hydrogen is also the lightest element, that means that… the percentage by number of atoms is even higher) . Helium is second; oxygen is a fairly distant third.
The most common element in the universe is hydrogen, most notably within suns.
Hydrogen is far and away the most common element in the universe. It forms over 90% of all the "stuff" in it. It also forms the largest portion of stars.
Plasma, and hydrogen is the most common element.
M class stars are the most common and account for around 76.5% of all stars that are on main sequence.. They are normally red dwarfs, but can include red giants and red super-…giants like Betelgeuse and Antares.
Nitrogen oxygen Argon Carbon dioxide Neon Helium Methane Krypton Hydrogen Nitrous Oxide There are ten and they are in order of atmospheric quantities. … one is helium
Based on the volume of measurable matter in the visible universe, and using most postulates regarding the state of "heavenly bodies" as measured, matter is primarily in gaseou…s form (gas planets, stars, nebulae). Only after gravitational compression to liquids or solids start to form, and this is a very small percentage of the overall matter in the vacuum of space.
Hydrogen is the most common element in all stars in fact it is the most common element in the universe. Hydrogen converts to helium then to other elements, more and more down …the periodic table. Everything in the universe starts as hydrogen .