A study on Stars

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On Stars

  • Apparent magnitude is the luminosity of a star as observed from Earth.
  • Absolute magnitude is equal to the apparent magnitude of a celestial body if it were located at a distance of 10 parsecs.
  • Bolometric magnitude is the luminosity of a star based on the total radiation it emits across all wavelengths.

Our Sun

Quasi-Stars

Conclusion

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