Why are the stars different sizes? The answer is not as simple as it seems
Massive means large, less massive means small, right? It’s not so easy when it comes to stars and their sizes. If you compare the planet Earth with the Sun, it turns out that you can place 109 our planets one to another, just to pave the way from one end to the other lights. But there are stars smaller than Earth, and much, much more of the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. How is that possible? What determines the size of the stars? Why “the sun” so different?
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