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

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    @spectrum

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    @saifoo.khan

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

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    No. It dpes not say.

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    I kept looking on google but nothing.. Ot is alright if you cannot understand.

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    *looks hopefully up at saifoo*

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    different elements give off different light when heated.

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    is that the answer?

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    i wouldnt know what a "complete" answer would look like. But that is the basic idea.

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    alright. long asi write something dpwn.

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    thanks.

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    yep, if you ever get the hankering to burn an sos dish pad with a blowtorch ... youll know what im talking about :)

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    okay, i shall keep that in mind :D

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    *waves at spectrum*

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