Hi, I am still in school, and pready new to this whole astronomy thing, and one day I found this picture. And it completely stunned me. Does anybody know what is the noame of this place?
- Main Sequence Stars
- Red Giants
- White Dwarfs
- Red Dwarfs
- Neutron Stars
and other types of Stars.
How many % of stars are Main Sequence? How many are Red Giants? and so on.
I searched around and found some info, but it's confusing me. For example,
I found that 90% stars are...
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i for my part began in class 8 with orion or the hunter, and scanned the night skies with a torch in one hand and published maps in popular science books in the other ... it was very exciting ...
i then found...
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