No. Red stars emit less energy so they are cooler than hotter
cold stars are red!
Red stars are hot.The blue star is the hottest of all stars.
red stars-cold blue stars-hot orange stars-in the middle
No. It is just a knowing of a temperature. Red is cold, and blue is hot. Our sun is yellow which is the middle.
Blue stars are hot, and red stars are cold. You'd think it would be the other way around, but weirdly enough, it's not.
NO. Stars have difference colors depending on their temperature. The hottest stars are blue and cold stars are red.
No blue stars are among the hottest stars in the universe red dwarfs and orange stars are the the cooler colder ones and our sun is in the middle not too hot not too cold but just right average
Blue is the hottest and red is the coldest. if you can call that cold
There are no stars that are very cold. Even the "coolest" stars are at thousands of degrees hot; if they weren't capable of supporting nuclear fusion, they would not be stars at all - they would be planets. The "coolest" stars glow a deep red, and are not very bright.
No. They emit less energy so they cooler than other stars, but they are still quite hot by human standards.
Not cold at all. A red giant has a lower temperature than other stars but is still quite hot with temperatures in the range of about 3,800 to 6,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
All stars are hot. Their temperature can be determined by their color. The "coolest" stars are red in color. As temperature increases stars will go through orange, yellow, white, and finally blue for the hottest stars.
Any of the red stars are the coolest. However the coolest is a black dwarf, it is so cold that it equals space. [See related question].
red stars are "red giants", or stars about to supernova. stars supernova when they get really old.
yes,brittle stars are cold blooded.
Red stars are cooler than blue stars
Yellow stars are hotter than red stars.
No. Red stars are the coolest while blue stars are the hottest.
No, the hottest stars are blue; the coolest stars are red.
Red stars can be smaller or larger than blue stars as there are two types of red star. Red dwarfs are much smaller than blue stars while red giants are much larger than blue stars.
Small red stars are called red dwarves. They are the least luminescent and coldest stars.
Betelgeuse and Aldebaran are red stars.
When the Stars Were Red was created in 1991.
No, blue stars are hotter than red stars. In other words, red stars are cooler. Think of it as fire. The red one is hot, but the blue flame is RAGING hot.
There is no such thing as green stars.
The stars that are red are the coolest of all stars temperature wise. The hottest stars are blue, and medium cool stars are white or yellow.
When compared to the other stars, the Red Giant Star are very minute. There are other stars that are very large by far as compared to the Red giant stars.
The duration of When the Stars Were Red is 1.45 hours.
Red stars are cooler than stars of other colors but are still quite hot, which is why the glow red.
Stars make their own light, but they are not cold. Stars are extremely hot. We do not feel their heat because they are incredibly distant.
Well blue stars are not as hot as red stars ,so the hotter they are the more they last, just like a red star.
Blue is the hottest, then yellow, then red.
red stars are less than 3,500 degrees Celsius and are the coolest among the stars.
Blue stars are hot. Red stars are cool.
there is 12 red stars on the flag
No, they are mostly red dwarf stars.
Chicago Red Stars was created in 2007.
yes they are, in fact, white stars a hotter than blue or red star, and blue stars are varie in sizes, red stars are usually mid size or red giants or super giants. the bigger they are does not mean they are hotter!
No. Red stars have the lowest surface temperatures while blue stars have the highest.
Red stars are usually giant stars that are on the brink of death. It is said to be on its last stages of stellar evolution.
blue and white stars are hotter than red stars (and newer).
Scientists learn the temperature of the stars light for exampleif the star is red- it's cold but it's blue- it's hot and if it's WHITE- IT'S VERY HOT ! that's how you know the temperate of stars (Determining the color)
Red stars are the coolest. Blue stars are much hotter than red stars. You may think that blue stars are the coolest because it represents ice, and red stars are the hottest because it represents fire, but that's wrong.
Both Betelgeuse and Pollux are close to the end of their life. Both of the stars are large and cold in surface temperature. One difference is that Betelgeuse is a red supergiant, and Pollux is an orange giant.
70-75% of stars are red dwarfs.
Yes red giants are the largest. But the bigger stars of red giants can be called red hyper giants.
Neutron stars are very hot.
All Stars will become a red giant , and there are also new Stars are borning.
sun is hotter than red stars but colder than blue stars
Red dwarf stars are the commonest stars, at least in the region of space around our Sun.