Luminosity of Stars Calculator
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The absolute magnitude of a star is a simple way of describing its luminosity. Luminosity, L, is a measure of the total amount of energy radiated by a star or other celestial object per second. A force that tends to pull a particle or body toward the axis around which it rotates.

Luminosity of Stars Calculator

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The absolute magnitude of a star is a simple way of describing its luminosity. Luminosity, L, is a measure of the total amount of energy radiated by a star or other celestial object per second. A force that tends to pull a particle or body toward the axis around which it rotates.

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Formula Used to calculate luminosity of stars:

L=4*Pi*d2*b Where L = Luminosity of the star d = Distance in meters b = Brightness in W/m2

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