A strange star with a surface temperature of 5,000 K is composed of only hydrogen and sodium. As do most stars, it has an atmosphere that is cooler…

A strange star with a surface temperature of 5,000 K is composed of only hydrogen and sodium. As do most stars, it has an atmosphere that is cooler than the surface. Draw a sketch of the visible spectrum of the star, indicating the colors (or using color pencils or pens if you have them). Use Figures 7-2 & 7-3 as a guide; the format of your sketch should be as in one of the panels of Fig. 7-3, i.e., a strip with wavelength decreasing to the right. [4 points; from Chapter 7]

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