How the Stars Work: Stellar Classification and Stellar Evolution

Authors: Pelobello, J. D.

Stars are not living beings, however, they do live and die. Stars also have many classes, usually based on their mass and temperature. The classes used to divide stars into suitable classes have undergone a chaotic history, with some deemed unnecessary. Even many stars do not fit in them. Metallicity also place a large role in the properties of stars. Generally, stars are interesting mobs, that come in many types, masses, and even in phantoms.

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