Definition of Luminosity. Meaning of Luminosity. Synonyms of Luminosity

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Definition of Luminosity

Luminosity
Luminosity Lu`mi*nos"i*ty, n. The quality or state of being luminous; luminousness.

Meaning of Luminosity from wikipedia

- units, luminosity is measured in joules per second, or watts. In astronomy, values for luminosity are often given in the terms of the luminosity of the...
- solar luminosity, L☉, is a unit of radiant flux (power emitted in the form of photons) conventionally used by astronomers to measure the luminosity of stars...
- The Eddington luminosity, also referred to as the Eddington limit, is the maximum luminosity a body (such as a star) can achieve when there is balance...
- "Boat of the W****: Meet 'Luminosity,' the 353-Foot Hybrid Superyacht With a Gl**** Forest Inside". Robb Report. "LUMINOSITY Yacht for Sale | Fraser"....
- object's apparent distance and luminosity distance. Another way to express the luminosity distance is through the flux-luminosity relationship. Since, F = L...
- very large distances (outside the Milky Way) the luminosity distance dL (distance defined using luminosity measurements) must be used instead of d, because...
- "PHONETAP" Huynh left Team Hearthlytics and joined Luminosity. On September 13, 2019 it was announced that Luminosity had purchased the Seattle slot in the franchised...
- Luminosity is the total amount of energy radiated by an object per unit time. Luminosity may also refer to: Luminosity (scattering theory), the number...
- its luminosity and radius. That is, for a given m**** and composition, there is a unique solution for determining the star's radius and luminosity. This...
- In astrophysics, the m****–luminosity relation is an equation giving the relationship between a star's m**** and its luminosity, first noted by Jakob Karl...
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