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Additionally, if you want to make a new article on a star, just simply copy the markup below and add references just to save time: {{Star|name|other name(s)|constellation|distance in light years|size in solar diameters|planet whose orbit this star is roughly the size of|spectral class|temperature|dwarf? main sequence? giant? supergiant? hypergiant?|elements this star burns within its core|luminosity in suns|12=other information|13=references}}