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Star A and Star B Spectral Classification
A discussion of factors that could determine whether two stars have the same spectral classification.
# 127579 | 250 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Astronomy (The Solar System)


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This paper answers the question: "Star A and Star B both exhibit medium strength hydrogen Balmer lines in their
measured absorption spectra. Explain what you would do to determine if these stars have the same spectral classification or if they belong to different spectral classes."

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"If Star A and Star B both exhibit medium strength hydrogen Balmer lines in their measured absorption spectra, I would look as a few other factors to determine whether these stars have the same spectral classification or whether they belong to different spectral classes. I could classify them by surface temperature-i.e. the number of degrees. Temperature is classified by a numbering scheme from ... through ... with ... being the hottest. I could also classify them by color since color..."

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