Note on the densities of second-type stars by Harlow Shapley

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  • Stars -- Density.,
  • Double stars.

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Statementby Harlow Shapley ...
SeriesContributions from the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory., no. 107
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LC ClassificationsQB4 .C32 no. 107
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL6582933M
LC Control Number15027739
OCLC/WorldCa26186444

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For example, we saw that the most. The lowest density gas has a density of atoms per cubic centimeter (or less). The hottest interstellar gas has a temperature of Kelvin (or more). (The Solar System, by the way, seems to be located within a large, low-density bubble within the interstellar medium.).

Stars are classified by the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, a graph which plots the brightness of stars against their surface temperatures. Generally, hotter stars are brighter. Stars following this pattern are said to be on the main sequence; the Sun lies right in the middle of it.

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Note that the density of pure water is defined to be 1 gram per cubic centimeter (or, g/ml). Unlike most substances, water is denser as a liquid than as a solid.

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