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The Astrophysics Spectator: Red Giant Stars
Oct 18, 2006 ... The reddest bright stars we see in the sky with our eyes are all red giants. This is because they are much brighter than the red, ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: The Evolution of a Red Giant Star
At some point, the temperature of the photosphere drops so low that the ... For a 3 solar mass star, the photosphere temperature drops from 12000° K to 4000 ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: The Evolution of a Red Giant Star
The cooling of the photosphere ceases before the core reaches the temperature for renewed fusion. At some point, the temperature of the photosphere drops so ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Red Giant Stars
Oct 18, 2006 ... Stars burning helium, carbon, and oxygen are red giants.
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The Astrophysics Spectator: The Basic Theory of Cosmic Expansion
The basic theory for cosmological expansion is quite simple: a uniform universe is expanding away from an initial state of infinite density. ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Commentary-Manned and Unmanned Space ...
But today I find the achievements of unmanned space flight far more remarkable. The issue is then whether the manned space flight program helps or hurts the ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Neutron Star Size
Nov 22, 2006 ... Neutron stars are the most compact stars in the universe.
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Neutron Star Size
Nov 22, 2006 ... Neutron stars are the most compact stars in the universe.
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Table-Characteristic of Saturn
Both columns are given in units of 108cm and in units of Saturn's equatorial radius. The last two columns give the mass and radius of the moons. ...
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The Astrophysics Spectator: Table-Characteristic of Saturn
Physical Characteristics of Saturn. In the table below the radius of the planet is defined as the point in the atmosphere where the pressure equals 1 bar ...
 
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