Main Sequence Star

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Eridanus (constellation) - Notable Features - Stars
... At its southern end is the magnitude 0.5 star Achernar, designated Alpha Eridani. 144 light-years from Earth, it is a blue-white hued main sequence star whose traditional name means "the river's end" ... Achernar is a very peculiar star because it is one of the flattest stars known ...
Pi Arietis
... Pi Arietis (π Ari, π Arietis) is the Bayer designation for a multiple star system in the northern constellation of Aries ... The primary member of this system is a massive, B-type main sequence star with a stellar classification of B6 V ... At an angular separation of 3.28 arcseconds is a magnitude 8.46 A-type main sequence star with a classification of A0 Vp ...
Outline Of Astronomy - Astronomical Objects - Stars and Stellar Objects - Stars
... Stellar evolution Star formation Pre–main sequence Main sequence Horizontal branch Asymptotic giant branch Dredge-up Instability strip Red clump PG 1159 star Mira variable Planetary nebula ...

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