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A main sequence does not do anything - it is just a name for a period in a stars life. [See related question]

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Why are main sequence stars called main sequence stars?

The main sequence is the longest period of a star's life.


Name an example of a main sequence?

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Where is the sun in its main sequence stage?

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Do red main sequence stars have the highest surface temperature?

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What is the name of the main sequence star?

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What fraction of stars is on the main sequence?

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What is the main sequence temperature?

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How many pages does Off the Main Sequence have?

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What is the temperature of a main sequence star?

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Are most stars in our galaxy found in the main sequence?

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What is the difference between a main sequence star and a regular star?

A main sequence star is a star that is not surprisingly on "the main sequence". This is the period when a star is fusing hydrogen into helium. Most stars you see in the night sky are main sequence stars.


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Of the stars you can see from Earth, 90% are in the main sequence.


What happens when a main sequence star evolves?

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Why are giants not on the main sequence?

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Why is our sun considered to be a main sequence star?

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What is the step after main sequence in a stars life?

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What powers a main sequence star?

A main sequence star is powered by hydrogen fusion to helium.


How do red dwarfs differ from a main sequence star?

They don't. Red dwarves are on the main sequence.


What one is bigger a white dwarf or a main sequence star?

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Are there main sequence stars in the Milky Way?

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Is a red giant star considered to be a main sequence star?

No. Red giants are not on the main sequence.


What color is the largest type of main sequence star?

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