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Which star shown on the luminosity and temperature of stars graph in the Earth Science Reference Tables is currently at the Sun's final predicted stage of development, and how do you know?

a. Polaris
b. Procyon B
c. Sirius
d. Rigel

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    We do not have these tables to answer your question.

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    Type Earth Science Reference Tables in google, and pick the 3rd one. Then go to page 15, the top.

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    Duplicate post. Already answered

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    My previous answer to this post seems to be missing. The sun will eventually become a white dwarf. The only white dwarf on your list is Procyon B.

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    thanks

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