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If a star were a black body, the same effective temperature would result from any region of the spectrum.
This distribution is determined by the effective temperature within each of laser levels.
Figure 9 illustrates the effective temperature range and time required to attain specific values.
The smaller the black hole, the higher the effective temperature and the faster it radiates.
An intuitive guess would be that the external noise defines an effective temperature.
Several of its parameters, including its effective temperature and surface gravity, were found.
A star's luminosity can be determined from two stellar characteristics: size and effective temperature.
This would result in an effective temperature around 50 K, similar to that of Neptune.
The star has an effective temperature of 6300 K, making it also hotter than the Sun.
With the average emissivity set to unity, the effective temperature of the Earth is:
Also, the star's estimated effective temperature is 5826 K, slightly warmer than the Sun.
Stellar microturbulence varies with the effective temperature and the surface gravity.
These stars have effective temperatures around 25,000K.
Note that the effective temperature is only a representative value, as the temperature increases toward the core.
Because of this distorted shape, the poles have an effective temperature about 1,840 K greater than along the equator.
Such electrons are characterized by high effective temperatures.
Thus, observation of a stellar spectrum allows determination of its effective temperature.
But the flare, with an effective temperature of a million degrees or better, was emitting in frequencies to which her eyes were sensitive.
The minimum effective temperature depends on the various fuels, gas constituents, and catalyst geometry.
Both effective temperature and bolometric luminosity actually depend on the chemical composition of a star.
This fusion comes from high effective temperatures produced by electrostatic acceleration of ions.
The effective temperature coefficient varies with temperature and purity level of the material.
The slope or the effective temperature of this transverse momentum tail increases with increasing energy.
The outer atmosphere has a mean effective temperature of 22,410 K, giving the star a blue-white hue.
Dogmatically, they went on: 'in fact the effective temperature of a black hole is absolute zero.'