Asked in Astronomy, Stars
What color are the hottest stars medium temperature stars like the sun coolest stars?
Hottest to coolest are blue, white, yellow, orange, red and brown.
Asked in History of Science, Planetary Science, Stars
Why cant you see stars that are bigger than the sun?
You can see stars that are bigger than the sun. About half the stars you see are bigger. Generally speaking, any orange or red star is. Just to give an example, look at Orion's left shoulder, Betelgeuse. This is one of the larger stars we can see. ...
Asked in Stars
How hot is a orange star?
Orange stars don't exist, well for the Human Eye we see the sun as Yellow or Orange but actually our Sun is White class G2V.The Surface temperatures of our Sun are around 5505 degrees Celsius, but there are the Brown and Red Dwarfs glowing in Orange Dim light, the Surface temperature of the Red Dwarf is 3210 degrees Celsius or 5800 Fahrenheit. ...
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Meteorology and Weather
Why can you see stars during the day?
why wouldn't you be able to see stars during the day, stars are all around the solar system and the only reason we cant normally see stars during the day is because the sun over powers the stars because the sun is closer but some times you can still see them a bit. ...
Sun and stars are called what in the solar system?
Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. Stars (apart from our Sun) are not a part of our Solar System. ...
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What kinds of stars are smaller than the sun?
There are other "main sequence" stars smaller than the Sun, but the classes of much smaller stars are: white dwarf stars (once Sun-like but no longer support fusion) red dwarfs and orange dwarfs (small dim stars that have very long lives) "brown dwarfs" (oversized Jovian gas giants with little or no fusion) neutron stars (smaller than the Earth but immensely dense, remnants of massive stars that went supernova) ...
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Planetary Science
How is the sun different from the stars is it because it is different or what?
the sun and the stars are the same the only difference is that the stars are farther away and the sun is closer ...
Asked in Stars
What is a K type star?
The stellar classification of Class K stars are orange and are slightly cooler than our Sun. Notable K type stars are Arcturus which is a supergiant and Alpha Centauri B which is an orange dwarf. K type stars will have a slightly longer period on the main sequence than our own Sun, which is a G type star, and thus K type stars are a good candidate for possible planets and life. See related link for more information. ...
Asked in Food & Cooking
Do the astronomer eat food while they travel through the sun?
An astronomer is a type of scientist that studies celestial bodies. This includes the moons sun and stars. Astronomers do eat food, but they do not travel through the Sun while doing so. ...