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Description This diagram shows a cross-section of a solar-type star. The image size is 468 × 334 pixels. It was converted from GIF format to high-quality JPG by the contributor.
Date 1997-2006
Source Diagram of a solar-type star from the Imagine the Universe web site, High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center, NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre.
Author Project leader: Dr. Jim Lochner; Curator: Meredith Gibb; Responsible NASA Official:Phil Newman
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