Glossarbegriffe: Sonnenmasse

Description: Eine Sonnenmasse ist eine Masseneinheit, die der Masse der Sonne entspricht: etwa 1,989 x 1030 Kilogramm oder das 333.000-fache der Masse der Erde. Die Sonnenmasse wird häufig verwendet, um die Masse von Braunen Zwergen, Sternen, Schwarzen Löchern, Sternhaufen und Galaxien zu erfassen und miteinander zu vergleichen.

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