Subject: At what frequency do large stars emit their light?
Date: Mon Aug 11 13:27:29 1997
Posted by G. Jackson
Grade level: undergrad
City: Newcastle State/Province: England
Area of science: Astronomy
Given that there appears to be a limit to stars which emit their light
in the visual range, of around 100 solar masses, if theoretically, one
were to consider stars of increasing size, at what point (if indeed at
all) would the vast majority of their light be emited in the invisible
spectrum, i.e. u.v. Xray and gamma ray?
Re: At what frequency do large stars emit their light?
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