History and specificsEdit
A white dwarf is a form of white star that is classified as a dwarf star. Observations of white dwarfs shows that they are relatively small in size, and glow with an intense white light.
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|By class and type||class O blue-violet star • class B blue star • class A blue-white star • class F white star (white dwarf) • class G yellow star (yellow dwarf • yellow giant) • class K orange star (orange giant) • class M red star (red dwarf • red giant) • green star • brown dwarf • N-type star • R-type star • S-type star • D-type star|
|By size or makeup||black hole/black star • carbon star • collapsar • dwarf star (brown dwarf • red dwarf • white dwarf • yellow dwarf) • giant star (blue giant • red giant • orange giant • yellow giant) • Lazarus star • microstar • neutron star (magnetar • pulsar) • protostar • supergiant star • variable star • white hole • Wolf-Rayet star|
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