Francis Heyden, S.J.: "Stars Big and Little." Tape 6
Heyden, Francis J.
Sixth in a series of transcribed lectures on Astronomy by Francis J. Heyden, S.J., Director of the Georgetown Observatory. "Stars Big and Little" discusses how the physical size of a star can be measured by the color of its light. A star's temperature can be deduced by its color and its physical size can be determined by little changes in its spectrum.
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