aThe sun is the main sequence
in the evolution of stars.
I've seen one reference that has the Sun leaving the main sequence
in about 5.4 billion years, whereas your figure is 6.5 billion years.
still shining in its main sequence
, a main sequence
The 47 papers also investigate dust formation around main sequence
B-emission stars with large infrared excess, the centrifugal magneto-spheres of magnetic B-type stars, the density structure of 48 LibraeAEs circumstellar disk, and the origin of hard X-rays from ?
At this stable stage in a star's life cycle, it is known as a main sequence
star and it will spend most of its life in this way.
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That's the "main sequence
." Stars at the blue end of the main sequence
are much more luminous than stars at the red end.
The 68 papers cover ingredients for solar models; chemical stratification in the sun and stars' excitation and damping properties of oscillations; new observational findings on main sequence
, red giant, and compact stars; angular momentum transport: evolution of the solar and stellar internal rotation; shocks and turbulence; solar and stellar activity; the impact of seismic investigation on solar and stellar physics; new data, directions, and techniques for asteroseismology; and the development of the theory of stellar oscillation.
In which science would you come across the 'main sequence
In this case, the secondary star does not cause a common envelope, but fills its Roche lobe near the end of the main sequence
(terminal-age main sequence
Todd Henry, another author, said that they can now point to a temperature (2,100 K), radius (8.7 per cent that of our Sun), and luminosity (1/8000 of the Sun) and say 'the main sequence
ends there' and we can identify a particular star (with the designation 2MASS J0513-1403) as a representative of the smallest stars.