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English: This ZAMS mass-luminosity table was generated using data from the isocrone calculation tool of Lionel Siess. The metallicity (Z) is 0.02 and the axis units use solar values. Note that the present-day Sun is more luminous than when it first joined the main sequence.
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  • 2009-03-25 19:09 Mahahahaneapneap 911×623× (3019 bytes) Compressed
  • 2007-12-04 18:40 RJHall 911×623× (3070 bytes) ZAMS isochrone for Z=0.02.

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