Stars

At the center of every planetary system is a star. Stars range from the very cold brown dwarf to the super hot blue giant. The following is a list of star types listed in order of the coldest to the hottest.

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Brown Dwarf
Star Heat Range 0 to 14
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 29


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Neutron Star
Star Heat Range 0 to 18
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 33


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White Dwarf
Star Heat Range 2 to 22
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 37


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Blue Dwarf
Star Heat Range 6 to 26
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 41


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Binary Red
Star Heat Range 10 to 30
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 45


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Orange
Star Heat Range 14 to 34
Normal Planet Climate Range 0 to 49


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Orange Yellow
Star Heat Range 18 to 38
Normal Planet Climate Range 3 to 53


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Yellow
Star Heat Range 22 to 42
Normal Planet Climate Range 7 to 57


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Neutron Yellow Binary
Star Heat Range 26 to 46
Normal Planet Climate Range 11 to 61


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Red White
Star Heat Range 30 to 50
Normal Planet Climate Range 15 to 65


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Red Yellow Binary
Star Heat Range 34 to 54
Normal Planet Climate Range 19 to 69


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Yellow / Yellow Binary
Star Heat Range 38 to 58
Normal Planet Climate Range 23 to 73


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White
Star Heat Range 42 to 62
Normal Planet Climate Range 27 to 77


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White / Yellow Binary
Star Heat Range 46 to 66
Normal Planet Climate Range 31 to 81


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White / White Binary
Star Heat Range 50 to 70
Normal Planet Climate Range 35 to 85


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Yellow White
Star Heat Range 54 to 74
Normal Planet Climate Range 39 to 89


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Yellow Trinary
Star Heat Range 58 to 78
Normal Planet Climate Range 41 to 91


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Green
Star Heat Range 62 to 82
Normal Planet Climate Range 45 to 95


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Binary Green
Star Heat Range 66 to 86
Normal Planet Climate Range 49 to 99


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Red Giant
Star Heat Range 70 to 90
Normal Planet Climate Range 53 to 100


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Blue Giant
Star Heat Range 74 to 94
Normal Planet Climate Range 57 to 100


You are much more likely to find an ice planet around a brown dwarf than a blue giant. In addition to the star heat determining the climate of the planet factors like hyper dimensional physics come into play on some planets. Terraforming devices can be used on planets that are too cold or hot for a race`s liking.