A high positive correlation between the distance and temperature of the hottest nearby space objects

5 Pages Posted: 5 Mar 2021

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Bahram Kalhor

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Date Written: March 4, 2021

Abstract

The paper uses the distance and temperature of 47,111 hottest nearby space objects including stars, quasars, white dwarf, and carbon stars. We have used SIMBAD Astronomical Database and obtained this information from 930,000 records. The range of temperature of the hottest objects is between 6158 and 99,575 K. Also, the distance of the objects is between 231.7375 and 1 (mas). We report the correlation between the distance and temperature of these hot objects at the temperature upper than 6632 K is equal to 0.135063 and will be increased to 0.32001 at temperatures upper than 9860 K. Also, the correlation between the temperature and distance of objects hotter than 12,000 K is equal to 0.270218.

Suggested Citation

Kalhor, Bahram and Mehrparvar, Farzaneh and Kalhor, Behnam, A high positive correlation between the distance and temperature of the hottest nearby space objects (March 4, 2021). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3797470 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3797470

Bahram Kalhor (Contact Author)

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Farzaneh Mehrparvar

Islamic Azad University (IAU) - Karaj Branch ( email )

Iran

Behnam Kalhor

affiliation not provided to SSRN

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