What is the diameter of the dying star?
Depends on what star and at what point you classify it as dieing. As soon as a star is born it is "dieing" as it is using up the fuel that makes it.
Aldebaran star diameter is 59,770,000 kilometers (miles unknown)
The diameter of the first Death Star, as depicted in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was 160 kilometers. The second Death Star, which appeared in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, was significantly larger, with a diameter of 900 kilometers.
yes. A star is dying every second.
A dense, dying star is a white dwarf star. All of the energy in a star compacts together and becomes smaller so that its not burning so much energy, this makes it very dense.
the diameter is 87 meters
a star is a dying planet and a planet is a living star
The core of the dying star implodes on itself. The force released by this action blows off the stars outer shell.
A white dwarf has a diameter of a few thousand kilometers; a neutron star has a diameter of but 20-30 km.
its red as if it was bleeding
There are many types of Dwarf stars - all with different diameters. Our Sun is a dwarf star! A typical neutron star has a diameter of about 24km our Sun has a diameter of 1.392×106 km So our Sun is about 58,000 times bigger than a neutron star.
no, it isn't a star, it's gas and dust flying across the sky.
Our Sun has a diameter of about 109 times the diameter of the Earth or 1.392×106 km The Sun is a medium small star.
Polaris by far. It has a diameter of 75 times the diameter of the Sun. Alpha Cen B has a diameter of 1.7 solar diameters.
What is the diameter of a star if its angular diameter is 0.044 arcsecond and its distance is 427 light-years?
The diameter of the star would be 197.07 times the suns diameter, 1.83 astronomical units, about 170 million miles or 270 million kilometres.
Star. It has to be a very big and massive star to go supernova.
An exploding star is a nova (or supernova).
A brown dwarf star or a black hole
Diameter, I assume. That would be a neutron star.
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The diameter of which soever star exceeding the orbit of the mars can be called as a giant star.
A star that is similar to the Sun is first called a red giant when it begins to die. The dying star will eventually form a planetary nebula. As it cools it will become a white dwarf and when it dies it will be called a black dwarf.
I suppose a dying star shows more colours and hues, because it is larger and cooler and not so bright, so a lot more colours can be seen.
The dying phase of a massive star begins when it runs out of usable hydrogen that it can convert to helium. Once it becomes a red giant, it slowly dies out.
Star - not dying White-dwarf, dying Red-Giant, near the end but will collapse or explode in a while Stable star - haven't heard that term, but doesn't sound like it Galaxy - a collection of stars
Our sun has an appx diameter of 1,392,000 km, Sirius 2,335,000 km diameter, Vega 4,315,000 km diameter and Pollux 11,120,000 km diameter.
It's initial mass
A huge explosion from a dying star.
It has a diameter between 15% to 20% of that of the Sun, around 210,000 to 280,000 km.
A typical neutron star has a diameter of about 24km our Sun has a diameter of 1.392×106 km So our Sun is about 58,000 times bigger than a neutron star.
size and diameter
It had a diameter of 160 kms.
The mass of a neutron star is somewhat higher (but not a LOT higher) than the Sun, but the diameter is only around 10 miles!
The star would take 1101 years to travel around.
According to Wikipedia, Sirius has 1.711 times the radius (and therefore, 1.711 times the diameter) of our Sun, or about 2.4 million kilometers (for the diameter).
The smallest type of observable star is a neutron star which has the mass of about 2 Suns but has a diameter of about 24 kilometers.
Stars' are forming and dying all the time, as we speak.
a white dwarf and when it dies it is a black dwarf.
The nearest star is the sun. Its diameter is 1.39 million km (863,700 miles).
What planet is 110 times bigger in diameter of Earth an avraged sized star and about 4.6 billion years old?
It would have to be 880,000 miles in diameter, which is the diameter of the Sun.
The steps leading up to a dying star are, just before explosion, the first light flash, the flash has gone, and the proper supernova. The final step is a long time after, which is where the remainder of the star spreads throughout space creating a beautiful glow.
Not yet. It still has a couple billion years til it becomes a red giant and then a dwarf star.
Capella is a binary system. One star is approximately 15.4 million kilometers in diameter, the other is approximately 11.5 million kilometers in diameter.
It is a supergiant star, over 600 million miles in diameter, and is reddish in color
Actors who star in it have a habit of dying.
A white dwarf is a star that is dying and is in its final evolutionary stage.
a star dying in space that sucks everything into it.