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It may be connected with the radiative intensity of the star, or its age, or both.
Both surfaces appear to be metallic; what, then, is the cause of the observed difference in their radiative power?
Determining, moreover, the absorptive power of those powders, it is found to go hand-in-hand with their radiative power.
Equally important is the inquiry into the mechanism of radiative equilibrium in sun and stars.
Sirius itself, on the other hand, possesses a far higher radiative intensity than our sun.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century|Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke