A-
  • (written as A)
    Class of stars with surface temperature of 7500–10000°, and strong spectral lines due to hydrogen. Examples include Sirius, Deneb, Vega and other bright stars. A stars tend to be white or bluish in colour. Apparent in the spectra of A stars are ionised metals like magnesium and calcium.
  • symbol A minus.

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