How much more enery is radiated from Rigel than from Betelgeuse?
Betelgeuse is probably older, but it's hard to give exact ages for stars. Both of them are only a few million years old, much younger than our 4 billion year old sun. See related questions for more details on the ages of those stars.
In Orion, on the lower right as seen from the northern hemisphere, a bright white-coloured star. Compare Betelgeuse at the opposite corner of Orion, a red giant. The colours are more visible in binoculars.
No. Rigel is more than 70 times larger.
Betelgeuse is more luminous than Aldebaran.
There is more than one star in the Rigel "system". The main star, in terms of brightness, is Rigel A. That has a surface temperature of about 12,000 degrees Celsius.
The Sun isn't especially large, but is still a little larger than average. But the "average" for stars is skewed a bit by the fact that there are so many small stars. We talk about Betelgeuse and Rigel and Sirius, the biggest and brightest stars, but there are far more dwarf stars than giants.
Yeah, the Suns radiant pressure is more increased then Betelgeuse.
Betelgeuse is the star in the left shoulder of the Orion constellation. It is also the name of a character in the movie Beetlejuice.
No. Betelgeuse is quite large, but there are many stars even larger. See the related question for more info.
Jupiter is brighter than Betelgeuse in the night sky because it is much closer to the Earth in comparison to Betelgeuse(Betelgeuse is more than 500 lightyears away form the Earth). This way, Jupiter appears larger than Betelgeuse, and celestial objects that appear larger also appear brighter than objects that appear small.
Betelgeuse is very big because is formed as a large star, and later it expanded even more as it ages, this creates its current size.
Betelgeuse give off more light than the Sun because it is much larger than the Sun, and the star's core is much larger and more powerful than the Sun's core.
transforming enery is when you apply a new enery to make it become a new energy itself, transferring is where you move energy to some wher els using more energy.
No one really knows, because no one has ever been to Betelgeuse. It would take much more time than getting to Pluto.
Sunlight & water and more specifically chloroplasts
Its just as sample. when we dont want to consume more enery and time.
The Sun is 8 light MINUTES away, while Betelgeuse is 600 light-YEARS away. Even though Betelgeuse is hundreds of times more massive, and millions of times brighter, it is much further AWAY.
Very!! It is about 66,000 times more luminous than our Sun
becuase it just is
No. The biggest star ever discovered is the VY Canis Majoris, a red hypergiant with a radius of easily 2000 times bigger than that of the Sun. That is more than twice the radius of Betelgeuse. Also, the mass of VY Canis Majoris is around twice that of Betelgeuse.
Rigel is about 17 times more massive than our Sun and has a radius greater than 78 Suns. A picture speaks better than words, so see related link.
Our sun has an absolute magnitude of 4.83, compared to Betelgeuse's absolute magnitude of -6.05. This means that Betelgeuse is more than 10 magnitudes brighter than our sun.
Betelgeuse is the ninth brightest star in the night sky and second brightest star in the constellation of Orion. It has a spectral type of M2 and is a red supergiant. See related question for more information.
Earth's climate would be warmer if more energy were absorbed than reflected and radiated back to space. Earth's climate would be cooler if more heat energy were lost to radiation and reflection back to space.
because when we work more enery is released and thats the reason for gulcose to dislove faster in the body .
Betelgeuse is red because of it's temperature. This color is because Betelgeuse is a red giant star that has used up it's hydrogen fuel so now the star is expanding as it cools and within a few million years will shed it's atmosphere and become a white dwarf star. See related question for more information.
It may not be the MOST useful - I think that the Big Dipper is more helpful - but Orion is very handy for a number of reasons. First, it is very easy to recognize. Betelgeuse and Rigel are two of the brightest stars in the sky. Second, you can draw imaginary lines from the stars in Orion to other stars, like Sirius, Procyon, and Alpheratz. Third, if you have a good telescope, there are… Read More
After a supernova explosion in Betelgeuse it will definitely become at least a neutron star. However, because of it's mass it's more than likely to become a black hole. If it does, then it will be the closest black hole to Earth.
A star's brightness is a function of its luminosity, or the amount of energy it produces per unit time. Vega must have a higher luminosity, meaning it fuses more material than Betelgeuse in a given period of time.
The farthest people have ever gone is to the moon, about 239,000 miles. Betelgeuse is about 640 light years, or 3,760,000,000,000,000 miles away. That's more than a trillion times farther than anyone's ever been.
Part of the radiation is immediately radiated back into space. The remainder is absorbed; most of what is absorbed will be radiated back into space soon (as the materials heat up, they radiate out more infrared radiation).
There are a few objects in Orion. The main stars are Betelgeuse, Rigel, Bellatrix, Saiph and the belt contains Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka. There is also the Orion Nebula (Messier 42) which houses the Trapezium Cluster. Near the cluster is Barnards loop and the flame nebula (close to Alnitak). There is also two more nebula M43 and M78. Many of the stars are members of the greater Orion OB1 Association which has many hot blue… Read More
There are about 3,000 visible stars in the sky. It is generally accepted that about 50% of all stars are part of a binary (or more) system. Of the ten brightest stars. Our Sun- Single Sirius- Binary Canopus- Single Arcturus - Possible - but inconclusive. So probably single Alpha Centauri A - Binary Vega- Single Rigel - Binary Procyon - Binary Achernar - Binary Betelgeuse - Single. So 4 single (1 inconclusive) 5 binary.
When chemical bonds in a substrate are weakened what effect does this have on activation enery needed to start the reaction?
I believe it requires more activation energy to start the reaction
About ten million years. Betelgeuse is a high-mass star and is therefore near the end of its "life" even though it formed much more recently than the Sun (which is between 4 and 5 billion years old, and still "middle-aged").
Laser beams have a semi mirror inside of it that only allows it to go when the light is bright enough. Lightbulbs do not have that.
Betelgeuse is a semiregular variable star located in the constellation Orion. It is the second brightest star in the constellation and the ninth brightest star in the night sky. It has an apparent magnitude of 0.58 (Var 0.3 -> 1.2) and an absolute magnitude of -5.14. See related link for more information.
the higher the temperature, the more electromagnetic energy being radiated
The star Rigel, which has a visual magnitude of 0.18, is listed as the beta star in Orion (Beta Orionis). It has approximately 17 solar masses (17M), and is something on the order of 62 times the sun's radius. If Rigel was where our sun is, its outer boundaries would extend out around where the asteroid belt is. It would completely engulf all the inner planets. A link can be found below to check facts… Read More
it usually means he or she needs more attention or she has a lot of enery otherwise there is someone buried under the house lol hope it helps
More massive stars "live fast and die young". Our Sun is about 4.5 billion years old, and is perhaps halfway through its life. The giant star Betelgeuse is perhaps 100 times more massive, thousands of times larger, millions of times brighter, and is probably no more than 10 million years old. When Betelgeuse formed, there were probably pre-human hominids watching! And yet, Betelgeuse is dying; it will probably go supernova within the next 10,000 years… Read More
Betelgeuse (also known as alpha ori) is a very large star, an M supergiant. This is because it has evolved far from the state in which stars spend most of their lives, known as the main sequence. For stars on the main sequence, which includes our Sun, there is simple proportionality between size and mass, and also a simple scaling for luminosity. For evolved stars the situation is less simple. Betelgeuse is more than 1000… Read More
because unlike mammals they are fed on milk and of course they are warm blooded therfore they need more enery they need more energy to keep their body temperature higher im not intierly sure
Burning the rainforests releases more carbon dioxide which captures radiated heat in the atmosphere, leading to higher temperatures (more global warming).
Recognising constellations makes it easier to work out which stars are which - if you know that Rigel, for example, is in Orion, then it is easier to spot Orion than it is to spot Rigel without looking for Orion, as the constellation is bigger and more easy to recognise than the pin-prick in the sky which is the star you're trying to find.
Rigel, or to be more precise, Rigel-A is a blue white super giant which started life with around 24 solar masses. , over a period of around 8 million years it has exhausted its hydrogen and has moved into the blue super-giant zone of the H-R diagram. It is expected to end its life as a type II supernova.
Yes in a way. The Star in question is actually spelt Betelgeuse, but is usually pronounced as "beetle juice". [See Link] for more information.
Betelgeuse is a red super-giant star "relatively" close to Earth; ONLY 640 light years away. The larger the star, the more quickly it dies. Betelgeuse is very young as stars go, less than ten million years old. It will most likely die in a supernova explosion within the next few thousand years; in fact, it may have already done so, and the light of that explosion could be on the way. When this happens, Betelgeuse… Read More
Of course not. Energy is radiated out all the time. The hotter an object, the more energy will radiate away.