I can remember when this was supposed to be the case. The theory was that a star that lives for a very long time has more fuel, which has been shown in many ways. For example, stars with planets do not live long. However, the theory was believed to be wrong and the number was considered to be wrong.
One way to determine how long a star’s fuel is used is to look at its mass. For example, a very massive star has a very long time to burn. It is very likely that a star with a mass of around 1 million solar masses will burn for a very long time, but even this is only a likely assumption. In general, the life expectancy of a star is the product of its mass and its current temperature.
It is also possible to determine the length of a star’s life by looking at its temperature. A higher temperature means that a star will burn for a longer time and it is likely to die. However, it does not follow that a very low mass star would be more likely to die than a high mass one. In fact, the opposite is true.
A star’s temperature is also related to its distance from the center of the galaxy. The most massive stars are most likely to be at the center of the galaxy, and so it would be hard to say what the temperature of a star is, so let’s just say it is very likely that the most massive star in our galaxy is the last one standing.
What does that mean for the most massive star in our galaxy? It is likely that it is the last star standing because it also has the most gas and therefore the most fuel. In fact, the last star standing will not be the last one standing because it could be the one that gets sucked into the black hole that sucks in all the others.
Scientists have long thought that if a star is the last one standing, it will be the one that gets sucked into the black hole that sucks in all the others, but if that’s true then the star itself won’t be the last one standing because it will have less fuel than the other stars.
Theoretically, this could mean that a star could live for a very long time, but that might not be a good thing. Theoretically, a star could live for a very long time, but that might not be a good thing. A star that has less fuel doesn’t burn as much in the form of light and heat. When its fuel runs out, it just disappears from the system.
Theoretically, our theory about a star that has less fuel than an average star would be true. That would mean that the average star would be very hot and small. A star that is only a few times the size of our sun would be much hotter than our sun. Theoretically, our theory that a star that has less fuel than an average star would be true would also be true. That would mean that the average star would be very cold and small.
Basically the same thing, but with more variables. A large star with a small surface area would be much hotter than the average star since its surface area is larger. A small star with a large surface area would be much cooler than the average star since its surface area is smaller since its surface is not covered by a larger sphere. A star with a much smaller surface area would have no surface at all. A very small star would have its surface covered by a very large sphere.
This isn’t the kind of question that can be answered with a simple formula, but a good guess is that a larger star has more of its mass concentrated in it. A smaller star would have a much more diverse mass distribution.