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Which types of stars are invisible?

Updated: 6/30/2023
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13y ago

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If a star is younger in years than it is distant in light years we will not see it. It is there but because of its age and distance the star will be unseen as the light emitted from it has not reached us. Also black holes which use to be stars are 'invisible' as they do not emitt or reflect light.

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14y ago

No stars are "invisible", but we cant see most of them from earth. They are to far away.

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13y ago

yellow stars

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13y ago

The Black Dwarf

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Black holes

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3y ago
Black holes are not invisible as they can be seen through telescopes.

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12y ago

black hole

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