# luminosity

İngilizce - Türkçe
aydınlatma gücü
(Aydınlatma) parıltı
aydınlatırlık
parlaklık
aydinlatirlik
(isim) parlaklık
açıklık/parlaklık
ışıklılık
fosforışı
luminosity of a star
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the ratio of luminous flux to radiant flux at the same wavelength; the luminosity factor
the state of being luminous, or a luminous object; brilliance or radiance
the rate at which a star radiates energy in all directions
the quality of giving or radiating light
The total maount of energy a star radiates in on second
Absolute brightness The total energy radiated into space, per second, by a celestial object such as a star
The total amount of radiation emitted by a star or other glowing object per second
the rate at which a star or other object emits energy, usually in the form of electromagnetic radiation
A quality seen in some paintings of a glow coming from within, the illusion that there is actually a light coming out of the picture Glossy colours are more likely to provide this luminous effect than matte colours
The total power radiated by any star
You can talk about the luminosity of someone's skin when it has a healthy glow. Ultrafine powder with a rosy tinge gives the skin warmth and luminosity
A measure of the rate of energy flowing from a source, like a galaxy, star, or light bulb Luminosity tells astronomers how fast energy "leaks" from the star Luminosity is a measure of power divided into units called watts Given the luminosity of a star, an astronomer can calculate the distance to the star by measuring the star's brightness Temperature and luminosity are related, but dependent on the mass and size of a star
The relative quantity of radiation emitted by a light source
the measure of the absolute brightness of a star Luminosity has much to do with the amount of power put out by the star as well as the size of the star
The quality or state of being luminous; luminousness
Astronomers use this to describe the brightness of an object It is the total amount of energy produced per second by the object Top M
The amount of energy a star emits in 1 second
Refers to the brightness of a color
A value corresponding to the brightness of color
the total amount of energy radiated by an object every second
One of the basic properties used to characterize stars, luminosity is defined as the total energy radiated by a star each second, at all wavelengths
the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light; "its luminosity is measured relative to that of our sun"
The distribution of an image's light and dark values
The total amount of energy per unit time released by an object
Creates a result color with the hue and saturation of the base color and the luminance of the blend color This mode creates an inverse effect from that of the Color mode
The number of particles per square-centimeter per second generated in the beams of high energy particle experiments The higher the luminosity, the greater the number of events produced for study
The amount of light emitted by a star
Another word for brightness
The brightness of either a light source or a reflective surface
The luminosity of a star or sun is how bright it is. For a few years its luminosity flared up to about 10,000 times the present-day luminosity of the Sun
the total amount of energy a star radiates per second
The inherent brightness of a light-producing celestial object
the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light; "its luminosity is measured relative to that of our sun
{i} quality or condition of being luminous, brightness; something which emits light; strength of light emitted from a light source
The rate at which a star or other object emits electromagnetic energy into space
luminosity distance
An estimate of the distance of a body based on its luminosity and the inverse square law
luminosity distances
plural form of luminosity distance
luminosity function
A standard measure of the response of the human eye to light of different wavelengths
luminosity function
A relative measure of the relationship between stellar magnitude and the distribution of stars between magnitudes
luminosity

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