Binary stars are stars in which two or more stars are in a system with each other. Generally, the two stars are orbiting around each other, each being influenced by the other´s gravity. Different types of stars can be in binary systems with each other, and most stars are in binary systems.
Two stars that orbit each other are binarystars (double stars).
its two stars that share the same orbit around each other
The larger more formed star would absorb the smaller star, I'm pretty sure having two stars that close is impossible.
That's known as a binary star system.
That is a binary star system. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_star It can also be called twin stars.
Two stars that are gravitationally bound - orbit each other.
Yes, and when they do so they are called binary stars (see wiki: http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_star) basically the two masses are attracted by each others' gravitational fields and orbit each other.
Two stars orbiting each other are "binary stars" ...a group of stars near each other, may be formally or informally known as a "cluster".
A binary star system is two stars that orbit around each other
Two stars that are gravitationally bound to each other are sometimes called "binary stars".
Just chance. Some stars are very close to each other. Some are in binary systems that are two stars rotating around each other. Some are so close that one rips the material of ft he other. The center of our galaxy is full of stars that are relatively close. We just happen to be on the outer edge of our galaxy where there aren't many stars.
Yes they can and it does happen. There is a great exchange of matter as the stars approach each other (some binary stars show this) and a huge release of energy when they collide.
Binary stars. one example the cygnus x1
you call them, "two trees wrapped around each other" geez...
Two stars that are close together will orbit each other. More precisely, they will orbit around their common center of mass. The two stars are called a binary star in this case.
For most you can't ... but some stars are binary - two stars close together, that rotate around each other. From the spacing and the velocity their masses can be calculated. After a large number of these, they found a correlation with spectral type.
AnswerThey don't.The forces involved cause two meeting stars to interact violently. While one or both may survive in a badly damaged state, there is no neat merger.A binary star is where two stars orbit each other (at a distance) in a stable orbit.Two stars orbit around each other until they are so close and then i believe they make a black hole.OO i remember its a super nova.... they explode
binary stars are two stars that orbit each other while supernovas and novas stars are stars that explode when it runs out of fuel
Stars twinkle for two possible different reasons: 1) The Earth's atmospheric movements cause the light we receive from the stars to vary in brightness. and/or 2) Many stars are binaries--actually two stars, one usually much larger than the other, that rotate around each other, causing the brightness, and even the color of the light, to vary.
A "binary star" is the word used for two stars that orbit each other around their common center of mass. For example, Alpha Centauri A and Alpha Centauri B are a "binary star" that is the 2nd closest stars to our Sun. (The red dwarf Proxima Centauri is a little closer, but is so dim that it is invisible to the naked eye.)Two stars that appear to be very close to each other in the sky but are at different distances are a "double star". They aren't associated with each other; they are merely in the same direction.
Depending on their relative orientation, two magnets may attract or repel each other. However, the magnetism in stars is usually thought to be insignificant, compared to their gravitational force.
If two turtles like each other they will not get in fights and you will also be able to tell by how they act around each other.