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A G-class (or G-type) star is a stellar classification for stars composed of both neutral and ionized atoms of metallic substances, including ionized calcium, emitting in the neighborhood of 5,000 to 6,000 Kelvin, generally referred to as being yellow in color. G-type stars in the main sequence tend to be median in terms of absolute magnitude, and in the "cooler" half of the stellar classification system. Yellow G-type stars can range in size from yellow giants to the more diminutive yellow dwarf. (ST reference: Star Charts)
- G stars with unspecified continued stellar classification:
- G1: Elysia Incendae
- G1V: Zeta Reticuli B
- G4 : Lactra
|By class and type||class O blue-violet star • class B blue star • class A blue-white star • class F white star (white dwarf) • class G yellow star (yellow dwarf • yellow giant) • class K orange star (orange giant) • class M red star (red dwarf • red giant) • green star • brown dwarf • N-type star • R-type star • S-type star • D-type star|
|By size or makeup||black hole/black star • carbon star • collapsar • dwarf star (brown dwarf • red dwarf • white dwarf • yellow dwarf) • giant star (blue giant • red giant • orange giant • yellow giant) • Lazarus star • neutron star • protostar • pulsar • supergiant star • Wolf-Rayet star|