written by Mario Belloni
Stellar Blackbody Radiation Curves model simulates the blackbody radiation curve of stars and how this leads to the observed color and luminosity of the star. If a star can be treated as a blackbody, the blackbody radiation curve of the star, the power density per area (or intensity) per wavelength (energy/time/volume) vs wavelength, is dependent on the star's temperature (spectral class).
In the simulation, the star is shown along with its luminosity and spectral class. In separate graph, the blackbody radiation curve, the visible part of the spectrum, and the integrated stellar surface intensity (integrating the blackbody curve over all wavelengths) are shown. In another window the HR diagram can be shown indicating the current star's parameters. The radius of the star (in Rsun) and the temperature of the star in Kelvin (5780 K is Tsun) can be changed.
Please note that this resource requires at least version 1.5 of Java (JRE).
Please note that this resource requires Java3D.
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Stellar Blackbody Radiation Curves:
Is Based On Easy Java Simulations Modeling and Authoring Tool
The Easy Java Simulations Modeling and Authoring Tool is needed to explore the computational model used in the Stellar Blackbody Radiation Curves.relation by Mario Belloni
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