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Re: Stars And The Sun

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Posted by Koichi Ito/">Koichi Ito on April 10, 1999 14:42:08 UTC

The temperate of Antares the red supergiant star is much cooler than sun which is about 5000F* and has mass of about 15 solar mass and diameter of 600 million miles. The temperature of Vega is much hotter than sun it about 17500F* and has diameter of twice the size of sun. That makes Vega about 50 times brighter than sun.

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