star color

star color

[′stär ‚kəl·ər]
(astronomy)
The color of a star as a function of its radiation and related to its temperature; colors range from blue-white to deep red.
References in periodicals archive ?
Red takes on a special importance in the Rock 'n Roll collection, the star color in the upcoming months for emphatic garments that will refine any type of look.
In a multi-colored graph (G, C), a color c [member of] C is called a star color if all edges of E( c) are incident to the same vertex, called the center of the color (i.
On every series we control, we now shoot some twenty new pieces of star color each month and ship it out," he said.
429) were achieved, which is close to illuminant A and inside the US Department of Energy (DOE) quadrangles meeting the DOE energy star color specifications.
Star Color operates a manufacturing facility in Samutprakarn, near Bangkok, which employs about 180.
During the Product Development phase of the Solid State Lighting project, Kodak will develop an OLED luminaire that meets Energy Star color and efficacy specifications and will address key areas of manufacturing processes to reduce cost.
One factor that influences how well star color shows up is the amount of light that reaches our eyes--and here's where binoculars help.
Spectroscopically, 15 Mon is about as blue as it's possible for a star to be, but the perception of star colors varies enormously among observers, so have a look for yourself.
Many of the brightest stars display distinct tints even to the unaided eye, but binoculars greatly enhance star colors.
Download some Hubble telescope star photos for the students to compare star colors.
Catch a few of the wild sea star colors and shapes on these pages.
The NBRGBCombination script (under Script > Utilities) is very easy to use and produces a rich, natural-looking red color in emission nebulae without affecting star colors.