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.
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The Mitsuoka Rock Star color palette consists of shades named after American cities and one state: Los Angeles Blue, Chicago Red, New York Black, Cisco Orange, Washington White and Arizona Yellow.
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.
If F(c) is empty, color c can be of span 1 only if it is a star color. In that case let u be the central vertex of the star, then color c is forced to be attached to u on all its edges which are of the form {u, [v.sub.j]}.
Hanna also recently acquired a majority interest in Star Color, Ltd., a leading producer of colorants and additives for plastics in Thailand.
"On every series we control, we now shoot some twenty new pieces of star color each month and ship it out," he said.
Hanna, Cleveland, OH, has expanded its Asian operations with the acquisition of a majority interest in Star Color, Ltd., a producer of colorants and additives for plastics in Thailand.
* Repeat to embroider the remaining five design sections and stars, making sure to change the needle thread color to match the applique fabric and desired star colors. * Once completed, remove the hoop from the machine and the fabric from the hoop; press flat.
Many of the brightest stars display distinct tints even to the unaided eye, but binoculars greatly enhance star colors. Compare, for instance, the sapphire-white radiance of Vega, now twinkling in the northwest right after dusk, to the fiery sparkle of Aldebaran and Betelgeuse in the east.
Download some Hubble telescope star photos for the students to compare star colors.
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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.