Brighter. Smaller numbers mean brighter stars.
a sun is a star so it would be considered both dimmer .
Rigel is one of the brightest stars in the sky.
Usually a switch will only let you choose between ON and OFF, but a dimmer switch will let you change between Brighter or Darker.
Brighter, since Mars is closest to Earth in its orbit and in a full phase as viewed from Earth.
Venus is smaller and brighter, and Earth is bigger and dimmer.
Yes, the sun s brighter than most stars, but it is dimmer than most of the stars we can see with our naked eye.
No, the opposite. When the sky is darker the stars lookbrighter.
Most dimmer switches will work with turning it to the left will make it darker and to the right will make it brighter. If you want it on or off you just push in the switch.
Dimmer or brighter than what? Sunlight hitting the earth straight-on, as at the equator, is brighter, hotter and includes more intense ultraviolet radiation. Sunlight at an angle, the poles, for example, is less intense because it has to travel through more atmosphere. The atmosphere acts as a filter, effectively dimming the sun's radiation.
They just stay where they are, getting dimmer and dimmer until they fade away.
It's the same either way. It is a common optical illusion that the Moon is brighter or larger near the horizon, but actual measurements show no difference.
It depends. As of March 2012, Venus is significantly brighter than Jupiter. However, Venus passed its maximum brightness around the beginning of March and will be getting dimmer.
Simple, even though the sun is dimmer then many stars, it is over a thousand times closer to the earth and thus is larger to us and brighter
Dimmers are the devices used for controlling the intensity of electric current.We can increase or decrease the RMS voltage.A dimmer switch will let you change between brighter or darker BY:Chaudhary Hashaam Asif
Hotter stars appear brighter, and cooler stars appear dimmer
I'm not sure what you mean by turning a dimmer switch "up".-- When the dimming action of the device is turned 'up', the bulbbecomes more dim, that is, less bright.-- The dimmer may have an arrow printed on its control, labeled 'brighter'.In that case, when you turn the control in the direction of the arrow,the light becomes brighter, i.e. less dim.
Films use colors... The colors are dimmer because when the light shines through it will appear brighter.
. A halogen light bulb is very similar to an incandescent bulb. The Halogen bulb usually last a little longer and burn a little brighter. The Halogen bulb can be use with a dimmer.
becuase he needs his catarax doneAnother AnswerThe brighter star may be farther away or obscured by space-borne dust.
Yes. While the sun is much dimmer when view from Eris, it is still brighter than any other star.
Variable stars are variable in their brightness, sometimes brighter, sometimes dimmer. The other ones are not variable.
Most stars are dimmer than our sun (intrinsic brightness), and thus we cannot see them. However, most of the stars that we can see are actually quite a bit brighter than our sun. Some of them are exceedingly bright.