# Chapter 1. 156 Stellar Spectra

Map Learning Exercises

### Question Spectra and Temperature.

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{"title":"right","description":"This spectrum peaks at the shortest wavelength, and therefore was emitted by the star with the highest temperature. Assuming that all of the spectra have the same vertical axis, you can also say that it's the hottest because it is emitting with the greatest intensity.","type":"correct","color":"#99cc00","code":"[{\"shape\":\"rect\",\"coords\":\"331,14,499,243\"}]"}
Correct.

### Question Which part of the spectrum?

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{"title":"left","description":"This star emits most of its light in the infrared portion of the spectrum.","type":"correct","color":"#99cc00","code":"[{\"shape\":\"rect\",\"coords\":\"4,3,172,232\"}]"} {"title":"right","description":"This star emits most of its light in the ultraviolet portion of the spectrum.","type":"correct","color":"#993300","code":"[{\"shape\":\"rect\",\"coords\":\"329,3,497,232\"}]"} {"title":"center","description":"This star emits most of its light in the visible part of the spectrum. Try again.","type":"incorrect","color":"#33cccc","code":"[{\"shape\":\"rect\",\"coords\":\"170,1,329,230\"}]"}
Correct.