early-type star

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early-type star

[′ər·lē ¦tīp ′stär]
(astrophysics)
A star with relatively high surface temperature, in spectral class O or B.
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Like early Star Treks, it has social points to make in a science fiction context.
More highlights: Tailback Chauncey Washington continues to be the early star of spring drills, with two more long runs during Thursday's practice.
Part early Star Trek, part Devo video wardrobe, these multitoned gray outfits inspire embarrassment in any gay man.
It is worth remembering that many people were aware of the value of early Star Wars toys and started buying Harry Potter items as an investment.
Jack, who was an early star of Channel 5 and had his own chat show - reckoned getting back together was like an old band who hadn't toured for ages, looking at their past glories.
Its pedigree is certainly impressive: founded by the creators of Prudential's online bank Egg, it is financed by a venture capital company which backed eBay in its early days, and blessed by tycoons like Carphone Business founder Charles Dunstone and Yo Sushi creator Simon Woodroffe, an early star of the BBC's Dragon's Den series for young entrepreneurs.
There you can see murals and set dressings from the early Star Wars films.
The humour and chemistry between the characters so apparent in the early Star Trek movies and even in the Next Generation series, also feels painfully absent, and Will Riker and Deanna Troi's cheesy wedding at the beginning of the movie can only be described as painful to watch.
Quaid's early star splashes in such films as ``The Right Stuff,'' ``Enemy Mine,'' ``The Big Easy,'' ``Innerspace,'' ``Everybody's All- American'' and ``Great Balls of Fire'' did not yield particularly wide box-office ripples.
Other items will include a jumper worn by Coronation Street's Judy Mallett, (actress Gaynor Faye), a set of early Star Trek videos, a cardigan worn by comedienne Victoria Wood on the sitcom Dinner Ladies, a book signed by comedian Spike Milligan and a birthday card signed by Birmingham City FC players.
Studying early star formation is challenging because the first galaxies were so small and, because of the universe's expansion, are now exceedingly distant.
Padraig Harrington carded a fine 69, but Poulter's six birdies in the last 10 holes made him the early star of the show.