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Rigel is the name of the hottest star.
It's temperature is 20,000°C. It's color is blue and the blue is the color of the hottest star.
As far as I remember, it is the sun; "eta carinae" is also probably the hottest star in the universe
blue or white i guess?
since it's temperature is 10,000 kelvin..
The temperature of the stars determine their color. The colder stars compared to the Sun has a reddish color. Colder stars' temperatures are up to 2,500 Kelvin. Our Sun, which appears white , has a temperature of about 6,000 Kelvin. The hotter stars emit a blue color when their surface temperatures reach 10,000 Kelvin.
The hottest stars are massive, like Rigel, which is thought to have 17 times the mass of the sun, 40,000 times brighter than the sun and with temperature of 11,000 Kelvin.
C. Blue is the hottest color in star
Because the blue star Blue stars are stars that have at least 3 times the mass of the Sun and up. Whether a star has 10 times the mass of the Sun or 150 solar masses, it's going to appear blue to our eyes. An example of a blue star is the familiar Rigel, the brightest star in the constellation Orion and the 6th brightest star in the sky
I think it is the Medium star called SUN