Absolute Visual Magnitude of The Sun

Absolute Visual Magnitude is a hypothetical constant to measure the intrinsic brightness of any celestial object from earth, including the measurement of brightness of stars. It measures the apparent magnitude, when the distance between the object and the observer at the standard distance of 32.6 light years or 10.0 per second.

Constant Name

Absolute Visual Magnitude of The Sun

Symbol : Dimensionless

Value : 4.83

The absolute magnitude varies for different wavelength intervals, For stars, it is absolute visual magnitude (visible), commonly known as apparent magnitude. The absolute visual magnitude of Sun is +4.83

The absolute magnitude varies for different wavelength intervals, For stars, it is absolute visual magnitude (visible), commonly known as apparent magnitude. The absolute visual magnitude of Sun is +4.83

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