Explain how a scientist uses spectra of stars to determine the star's composition.

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@saifoo.khan
first ...what is a spectra of stars? do you know?

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No. It dpes not say.
I kept looking on google but nothing.. Ot is alright if you cannot understand.
*looks hopefully up at saifoo*
different elements give off different light when heated.
is that the answer?
i wouldnt know what a "complete" answer would look like. But that is the basic idea.
alright. long asi write something dpwn.
thanks.
yep, if you ever get the hankering to burn an sos dish pad with a blowtorch ... youll know what im talking about :)
okay, i shall keep that in mind :D
*waves at spectrum*

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