Message from Ynoss
Can you restore the video about why UY Sct is no longer the largest star because I think people will continue to persist UY Scuti being the largest. Also like what I told you, MY Cephei is bigger than UY Scuti (although it is not a hypergiant because its luminosity is below 250,000) with a radius of 1,750 at 2,440 Rsuns (2.437 to 3.398 billion km) (but is smaller than VV Cephei A (2.644 billion km)) and this star is NOT Mu Cephei, everyone is not a reliable source (see http://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-id?Ident=MY+Cep for example). MY Cephei is also known as IRC +60 375 which is not an alternative name of Mu Cephei (see http://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/sim-id?Ident=HD+206936). You should also add in your video that why the 1,708 Rsuns for UY Scuti is too large, inaccurate and thus probably larger than the exact size of the star (but I still use 1,708 Rsuns but I think that UY Sct is somewhere between 916 and 1,900 Rsuns (1.275 to 2.646 billion km)). Please see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:UY_Scuti#Gaia_distance .
1. Calculating with the luminosity and effective temperature: Square root of (5,772/2,600)^4∗126,000 Lsuns = 1,749.4 Rsuns. See pg. 33 in https://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/pdf/2013/01/aa19078-12.pdf for the 2,600 K. See http://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-iarticle_query?1994ApJS...93..187B&data_type=PDF_HIGH&whole_paper=YES&type=PRINTER&filetype=.pdf at the bottom for the 126,000 Lsuns NOTICE: The 126,000 Lsuns comes from the bolometric magnitude (Mbol) given, listed as -8. The Sun's bolometric magnitude is 4.75. That's a difference of 12.35. To calculate a luminosity ratio from a magnitude difference, it's 100^(ΔMbol/5). In this case, 100^2.55 or 100^(8+4.75)/5 = ~126 000 Lsuns
I saw your blog on rotten FANDOM, I got curious and went here. Nice wikia you set up, I must say, also funny that the arrogant FANDOM head that answered you said this wikia could hardly have been an important source of science when it is actually the first Google search result even by searching its former name and miraheze, i. e. "everything you need to know about science miraheze". As a matter of fact, I am a refugee from FANDOM and I would like to know how to set up a logo for a miraheze wikia, since I am creating one, and I thought you might know how to do it. Thanks in any case.
- Go to Special:ManageWiki on your site. Follow the instructions on using an image.
Wolfram alpha list
I was seeing the history of the largest stars and I saw that you added a file of (now removed) stars from Wolframalpha. I could not find such a list, could you please tell me where to find it. btw: I am making my own list, that's why I want to know.