Answer to Question #3083 in Astronomy | Astrophysics for Katie
Star A is a “red giant” with a temperature of 3000 Kelvin and a radius 100 times that of the sun. Star B is a white dwarf with a temperature of 15000 Kelvin and a radius 1000 times smaller than our sun. a. What wavelength is the peak of the emission of star A? What wavelength is the peak of the emission of star B? In what part of the electromagnetic spectrum will you find the peak of the spectrum of star A? What about star B?
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