What do the different colors mean with stars?
Different colors of stars "usually" means different temperatures. I don't remember the temperature that each color corresponds with, but when stars are different colors it is usually due to their temperature.
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PORT side of a ship while you are on it, looking Forward, is the LEFT SIDE. Yes, Red is on the PORT SIDE. Blue is for starboard or (right side). -Sailor, U.S.N.\n Answer \…n. \nRed and black nautical stars are for port side of a ship (right side). Green and black starts are starboard (right side of ship). As for the other colors, they are probably just a spin-off of an old school tattoo.
Stars have different colors because of differences in temperature(and composition). Below is a table (from user Myra Birgitte): . Blue > 30,000 Kelvin . Blue to blue white 1…0,000 -> 30,000 Kelvin . White 7,500 -> 10,000 Kelvin . Yellowish White 6,000 -> 7,500 Kelvin . Yellow 5,200 -> 6,000 Kelvin . Orange 3,700 -> 5,200 Kelvin . Red 1,000 < 3,700 Kelvin . Brown < 1,000 Kelvin . Black 0 Kelvin
The color depends on the gases its made of and of how much energy it has.. The color of a star is determined by how hot it is, with blue being the hottest.
A star's color is caused by the type of gases its made up of andthe temperature. The temperature changes depeding on the age of thestar. Older stars turn red due to the amount… of space it has toheat up.
Because they have different surface temperatures.
some of the loose patterns of note are that blue sabres indicate a Jedi more intent on combat that the force, while green is the opposite and purple, being a combination of bl…ue and red indicates that a Jedi has focused his education on combat but has gone and come back from the dark side to learn the special elements of Sith combat. Also, it seems that a higher percentage of certain stations of Jedi use certain colors, like blue with Jedi Guardians, Green with Consulars, Yellow with sentinels.
The color you perceive a star as having is based on three or four factors. 1. The actual color of the star, which is driven by its size and age. As you would expect, a blue… supergiant is blue and a red giant is red. 2. The red shift of the star based on its distance and motion away from us. This is what you're talking about, but I think it's a relatively minor issue. 3. The effect of atmosphere on the starlight. 4. Maybe some illusions added by your eyes and brain. Now the question is "Why do stars TWINKLE different colors." That has nothing to do with the first two items. It has everything to do with air movement -- the atmosphere.
The color of a star indicates its temperature. Blue or white stars are the hottest and smallest. Red or orange stars are the coolest and largest. Stars like our sun with a yel…low color are medium in both size and temperature. Generally, the smaller a star is the hotter it is.
Yes they are. They can be as small as the Earth to larger than 2,000 Suns. They can be black, brown, yellow, white, red, orange or blue.
The differently coloured uniforms reflect the divisions within Star Fleet e.g. Command - Operations - Sciences See related link below .
Black across the shoulders (above the collar) is part of the uniform of a commissioned officer (i.e. someone who has graduated from Starfleet Academy). Black below the collar …indicates that the wearer is a Starfleet cadet.
The different colors don't really mean anything. Each lightsaber had a different design and crystal color. They were designed to somewhat represent the personality of the wiel…der. And the hilts were often designed to meet the needs of the lightsaber form the wielder preferred since each lightsaber form had different stances and sequences
Stars do not "strobe" at all. Stars can, however, appear to twinkle and the result may be that they do appear different colors at different times. There's a really great pi…cture comparing a star to the planet Mars at the link in the related links section that shows this extremely well, and even explains why.
because it needs to like see where the family is at and how are they by their shining colors
when the star is hot it appers to be blue meaning the temperture ofthe star is what chages the color
The color depends on the star's temperature. For example, a blue star is hotter than a red star.
this observation can be made in general daily. burning wood givesyou yellow flame but on a gas stove you get a blue flame. thetemperature in both cases are different and colou…r of flame also.the temperature determines the surface colour of stars