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What are the most common stars in our universe?
The most common element in the universe is hydrogen.
The most common element in the universe is hydrogen, most notably within suns.
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.
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.
Proxima centuri - our closest star. Sirius - large white star Betelguese - orions right shoulder
Plasma, and hydrogen is the most common element.
Hydrogen, it is the stuff most stars are made out of.
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.
The most common matter in our universe is Dark Energy, which is what causes the universe to expand. It accounts for 73% of the visible universe followed by Dark Matter a form …of matter that bends light, which accounts for 21% of the visible universe.
Depends on how you define power. If we take it as transferring energy then it will have to be the most luminous. So the most luminous star known in the Universe is R136a1
I would guess that is the dwarf galaxy, considering the large amount of dwarf galaxies there are in the immediate neighborhood. Another view: Elliptical galaxies are the most …common. About 60 percent of all galaxies seem to be of that type.
According to current estimates, the mass in the Universe is made up of: * 68% dark energy. Not much is known yet about this type of substance. * 27% dark matter. Not much i…s known about this type of substance, either. * 5% regular matter - matter of known composition. Most of the regular matter is in the form of atoms; and most of it is in a state of matter known as a plasma.