On the Physical Properties of G-Type Main ‎Sequence Stars

G-Type Main ‎Sequence Stars


  • Bijan Nikouravan Department of Physics, Islamic Azad University (IAU), Varamin, Pishva Branch, Iran‎
  • Misha Nikouravan Sharif University of Technology, kish international campus, Iran ‎




Steller Classifications, G-Type main sequence stars‎, New discovered exoplanets


This research focuses on the classification and properties of G-Type main sequence stars. It discusses the historical ‎development of star classification systems and their importance in understanding stellar evolution, composition, ‎and galactic structures. The paper also examines the mass-radius and mass-luminosity relationships of stars, ‎highlighting the strong positive correlations between mass and radius, as well as mass and luminosity. The findings ‎suggest that more massive stars tend to be larger and more luminous. However, further analysis is needed to explore ‎the underlying relationships between these variables.‎‎


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Author Biographies

Bijan Nikouravan, Department of Physics, Islamic Azad University (IAU), Varamin, Pishva Branch, Iran‎

Misha Nikouravan, Sharif University of Technology, kish international campus, Iran ‎


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How to Cite

Nikouravan, B., & Nikouravan, M. (2023). On the Physical Properties of G-Type Main ‎Sequence Stars: G-Type Main ‎Sequence Stars. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences, 13(2), 17-29. https://doi.org/10.14331/ijfps.2023.330159




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