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Number of stars in the observable universe There are about 100 to 200 billion galaxies in the observable universe. Galaxies range in size from a few billion to hundreds of trillions stars. Using 100 billion galaxies and 1 trillion stars in a galaxy yields 1023 stars in the observable universe as a rough order of magnitude estimate. (After getting this ...


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I am not from astro background. but from what I understood about the diagram, why not try the third axis to be time?. hope u he some data for the time-age for stars in the main sequences and the age for few stars in the giants /WD region. try plotting the available star-age as third axes and try to see what data u get for the other star. I think u will get ...



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