Luminosity

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Luminosity is the total amount of energy per unit time released by an object.


Luminosity of stars as a function of distance

the apparent luminosity of stars can be used to infer distance in light years, as luminosity decreases proportionally to distance[1], no star has been observed to have a distance farther than 10,000 light years, as this would contradict creationism [2]

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