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Usage instructionsEdit

Copy and paste the following code into the top of the article, filling the appropriate fields. Omitted or blank fields will not be shown on the article page.

{{Star_type
|image=
|name=
|type=
|color=
|temperature=
|lifespan=
|percentstars=
|supportlife=
|percenthabitable=
|numberhabitable=
|star=
|system=}}

Data fieldsEdit

This infobox's fields are primarily based on information found on pages ix-xi of The Essential Atlas. Reference that to help you.

  • Name – Star's name. Example: Black dwarf; Red supergiant
  • Type – Classification type. Example: Main-sequence star; Compact star; Dwarf star
  • Color – Star's color. Example: K stars like Yavin are orange
  • Temperature – Surface temperature. Example: K stars are described as "cool"; blue O and B stars are "hot". See also page 79 of Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts for a numerical temperature scale.
  • Lifespan – Give the numerical lifespan in years. Example: For orange K stars like Yavin, 60 billion
  • Percentstars – Percentage of all stars. Example: 7% for white dwarfs
  • Supportlife – Possibility of supporting life. This field should either say "Unlikely" or "Possible" based on Atlas page xi
  • Percenthabitable – Habitability percentage. Example: 50% for yellow G stars
  • Numberhabitable – Number of habitable stars in the galaxy. Example: 3.75 billion for orange K stars
  • Star – List a sample star. Use the ones listed on Atlas page xi.
  • System – List an example of a star system that hosts this star type. Only use this field if there is no named example to fill in the "Sample star" field. Example: A system that is said to have a white dwarf star, but the star is not named and we have no article for the star.
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