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Copyright © 2005 Center for Astronomy Education (CAE) University of Arizona Astronomy Ranking Task: Star Evolution Exercise #2 Description: The figure below shows an H-R diagram with data points A – E that represent various stages in the “evolutionary path” for the lives of stars. Note that only stars B, C, and D are main sequence stars. Ranking Instructions: Rank, from earliest to latest, the stages in the life of a low mass star without a companion. Omit any stages shown on the diagram that do not apply.
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Unformatted text preview: Ranking Order: Earliest Latest Information is insufficient to rank stages: ______ (indicate with check mark). Carefully explain your reasoning for ranking this way: ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Luminosity Temperature A B C D E...
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