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This program simulates the Hertzsprung–Russell (HR or H-R) diagram for
groups of stars. The diagram is a scatter plot of stellar luminosity vs.
stellar temperature. The luminosity of stars is proportional to R2
T4., and for Main Sequence stars, their luminosity is also
proportional to M3.5. Since the range of stellar luminosities
and stellar temperatures is so large, the plot uses a log-log scale.
diagram is a way to understand stellar evolution: stars spend most of
their lives on the Main Sequence (the main downward sloping line on the
diagram), while older giant stars are found above this line to the right
and white dwarfs below this line to the left. The HR diagram shows
nearby stars, bright stars, and a user-defined star. Give HR Diagram a try to fully assess its capabilities!
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The program generates a dataset that contains the
luminosity, effective temperature, stellar radius, mass, and age
some star. All input parameters are defined by a set of user-defined
arguments. This dataset can be used to simulate the HR diagram
for groups of stars.
The program is based on the Fast Version of the Star Evolution Code described in a paper by Deupree and Browning (1983).
The program generates a data set containing the following data:
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The HR diagram plots a user-defined star’s temperature vs. its luminosity.
The figure shows the star’s location on the Main Sequence (MS) along
with nearby stars (labeled as “N”), bright stars (labeled as “B”),
stars from the user-defined star (labeled as “U”), and bright giants
(labeled as “G”). These labels are described below.
The main diagonal line in the HR diagram is the “Main Sequence”.
The MS is a tight distribution of stars on the diagram, and the
line is approximately straight. Stars on the MS have about the
same luminosity, and luminosity is approximately proportional to
stellar mass. Thus, the mass of the star is proportional to its
The “nearby stars” are stars found in the close vicinity of the
user-defined star (this is the default for a new diagram). Stars
belonging to the same group (i.e. the same user-defined star) are
indicated with the same color. These stars are found within a
distance in the given units given in the output.
The “bright stars” are stars above the Main Sequence. They are
brighter than the nearby stars on the main diagonal. They are
likely to be giants on the MS and brighter than the user-defined
What’s New In HR Diagram?
Stellar Evolution and HR diagram are a set of programs by Daniel Santiago. The
Stellar Evolution program simulates the HR diagram for a set of stars. The
Stellar Evolution program takes a list of stars in the form of a file
(input.txt) or an interactive list of stars created with the
User Interaction list of stars option.
The HR diagram program simulates the HR diagram for a star cluster.
The HR diagram program accepts a file with one or more star lists in it.
After the star list(s) have been specified, the program is ready to
simulate the HR diagram for these stars.
The HR diagram program uses stellar evolution tracks to create a
graph of the luminosity of stars as a function of their temperature.
The graph is then plotted using a log-log scale.
This program is also able to accept a list of defined stars from a file
(input.txt) or a list of stars created interactively.
The user interaction list of stars option lets the user interactively
specify stars to be plotted, and even changes their mass (M),
age (T), and composition (X).
Note: The program is intended to plot the HR diagram for a star
cluster only. If the user wants to plot the HR diagram for a single
star, it is recommended to use the Stellar Evolution program.
The program has one command line argument:
The following command runs Stellar Evolution and the HR diagram programs.
It creates an HR diagram from a list of stars and saves the diagram
in a.png file.
Date: Dec 11, 2004
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+ Must be a Microsoft.NET 4.0 application
+ Requires a machine with 2GB of RAM
+ Required registry entries have been installed:
Windows 7 SP1 32-bit (Desktop)
Microsoft DirectX 11
320-bit Hardware Accelerated (Windows 7 SP1 32-bit, 64-bit)
32-bit systems can use the latest 32-bit version of the driver
(this version will work on Windows