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Star Size

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Jacob Kamla

on 30 September 2014

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Transcript of Star Size

The Sun
1 solar radius
VV Cephei B
8 solar radii
R136a1
34 solar radii
Rigel A
74 solar radii
Canopus
71 solar radii
Sirius A
1.7 solar radii
Peony Nebula Star
92 solar radii
Eta Carinae
195 solar radii
Aldebaran
44 solar radii
Deneb
203 solar radii
La Superba
215 solar radii
S Doradus
380 solar radii
Pistol Star
306 solar radii
R Doradus
370 solar radii
V838 Monocerotis
380 solar radii
Pollux
8.8 solar radii
Chi Cygni
316 solar radii
Mira A
402 solar radii
Arcturus
25.7 solar radii
Rho Cassiopeiae
450 solar radii
Alpha Herculis
460 solar radii
Ruby Star
601 solar radii
V382 Carinae
700 solar radii
TZ Cassiopeiae
800 solar radii
V602 Carinae
860 solar radii
Antares A
883 solar radii
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