Category:Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

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Solar and stellar astrophysics is a branch of astrophysics that studies the physical properties and behavior of stars, including the sun, as well as the solar system and its environment. This field of study involves the use of observational data and theoretical models to understand the formation, evolution, and structure of stars and their environments. Research in solar and stellar astrophysics covers a wide range of topics, including the study of star formation and evolution, the structure and behavior of the sun, the search for exoplanets, and the study of the behavior of matter and radiation in stars. The findings from solar and stellar astrophysics provide important information about the behavior of stars and the processes that govern their evolution, as well as about the history and future of our own sun and solar system.

Pages in category "Solar and Stellar Astrophysics"

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